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New species of frog discovered in New York City's own backyard

New York City's Staten Island is not the ideal place to be looking for frogs, especially in November. Most amphibians are already in hiding for the winter. But Brian Curry found one frog in that cold, hardwood forest swamp.

‘Critical habitat’ of 11,000 acres proposed for rare leopard frog

Washington - The rare and threatened Chiricahua leopard frog of the southwestern US received an added gift this week in its fight against extinction, a proposed designation of more than 11,000 acres of critical habitat situated in Arizona and New Mexico.

Love is in the air, the leopard frogs are feeling it too Special

Spring has sprung in Toronto. People are enjoying it, and so are the frogs. This is love season, and with a little bit of luck, you can see and hear it in a pond near you.
 

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Figure 4. Reticulum shading patterns.
Examples include (a) dark state  Rana kauffeldi (YPM 14143); ...
Figure 4. Reticulum shading patterns. Examples include (a) dark state, Rana kauffeldi (YPM 14143); (b) light state, R. sphenocephala (YPM 14097); (c) R. kauffeldi yellow variant (YPM 13767); (d) R. kauffeldi green variant (YPM 14025).
Jeremy Feinberg et.al.
The rare Chiricahua leopard frog s livelihood has taken on new meaning  with a recently-proposed  cr...
The rare Chiricahua leopard frog's livelihood has taken on new meaning, with a recently-proposed "critical habitat" designation for 11,000 acres of its historic range.
Jim Rorabaugh / USFWS
The Atlantic Coast leopard frog s existence has been dismissed for well over 50 years.
The Atlantic Coast leopard frog's existence has been dismissed for well over 50 years.
Jeremy Feinberg et.al.
Figure 1. Leopard frog distributions in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic US. Left: currently recognize...
Figure 1. Leopard frog distributions in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic US. Left: currently recognized IUCN (2012) range maps for R. pipiens (green) and R. sphenocephala (red). Right: newly interpreted distributions for all three leopard frog species including R. kauffeldi.
Jeremy Feinberg et.al.
The new frog discovered by Rutgers researchers and a team of others living along the I-95 corridor f...
The new frog discovered by Rutgers researchers and a team of others living along the I-95 corridor from Connecticut to North Carolina will be named after the ecologist who first noticed it more than a half century ago.
Jeremy Feinberg et.al.

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