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Mountain Chorus Frog -- Pseudacris brachyphona More
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call - Mating calls. Croaks; hoarse; "wrink". 5 males around edges of pool, in depression in weeds, near dirt road. Weather: sunny, dry. After recording was made, one individual frog was observed calling at the edge of the pool, uttering calls of the type recorded in this cut. This frog was captured and eventually preserved (fixing done April 6).

croaks - Mating calls. Croaks; hoarse; "wrink". 5 males around edges of pool, in depression in weeds, near dirt road. Weather: sunny, dry. After recording was made, one individual frog was observed calling at the edge of the pool, uttering calls of the type recorded in this cut. This frog was captured and eventually preserved (fixing done April 6).

advertise - Mating calls. Croaks; hoarse; "wrink". 5 males around edges of pool, in depression in weeds, near dirt road. Weather: sunny, dry. After recording was made, one individual frog was observed calling at the edge of the pool, uttering calls of the type recorded in this cut. This frog was captured and eventually preserved (fixing done April 6).

 

 

Richard W Simmers
3 Apr 1971

    Geography
  • United States
    Alabama
    Lawrence County
    Locality
  • Bankhead National Forest. About 150 to 200 feet west of bridge over Thompson's Creek, just north of Northwest Road; T. 8S. R. 9W. Sec. 22, Bee Branch Quadrangle (TVA - USGS).
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 34.3375   87.4833333
    Elevation
  • 300 meters
    Habitats
  • Mixed Coniferous/Deciduous
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
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    Recorders
  • NAGRA III-B
    Microphones
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