Carpenter frog (Rana virgatipes) Eastern spadefoot toad (Scaphiopus h. holbrookii) Fowler’s toad (Bufo woodhousii fowleri) Northern green frog (Lithobates clamitans melanota) New Jersey chorus frog (Pseudacris triseriata kalmi) Northern cricket frog (Acris c. crepitans) Northern gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor) Northern spring peeper Species: virgatipes is Latin meaning "striped foot" Referring to the striped markings found on rear feet.. Average Length: 1.6 - … in (4.1-6.7 cm). Atlantic Coast Leopard Frog American bullfrog Learn about the species Listen to its call. True Frog Family – Ranidae American Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) Green Frog (Rana clamitans) The Green Frog and American Bullfrog looks the same but the Bullfrog can grow larger and they lack a dorsal ridge down… Continue reading Frogs and Toads of New Jersey
Description: The Carpenter Frog is a mid-sized frog, ranging from 1 ?
"Frogs and Toads of New Jersey".
This is a list of frogs and toads known to be found in New Jersey.
Common Name: Carpenter Frog. Etymology: Genus: Lithobates is Greek, Litho means "A stone", bates means "One that walks or haunts.". Given, M. F. 1988. NJDP Division of Fish & Wildlife. This is a list of frogs and toads known to be found in New Jersey. Carpenter Frog- A Portrait Rana virgatipes This frog accompanied me for over an hour in the water, swimming just behind me, through the bladderworts, until I obliged by taking this portrait. No subject has been removed from it's native habitat in the creation of my art. Copeia 1988:411-421. Frogs. Image Binomial … Stockton State College, Center for Environmental Research, Pomona, New Jersey. New Jersey is home to 71 species of reptiles and amphibians. It … The following is a list of frogs and toads that may be found in New Jersey. New Jersey. Atsion Office, Wharton State Forest. Frogs.
Where to find them: The Carpenter Frog is sometimes called the “sphagnum frog” because of its close association with sphagnum bogs. ... References "Online Field Guide for Reptiles and Amphibians". 43 ˘ Carpenter Frog (Rana virgatipes) - Pl.34 Identification: 1 5/8" - 2 5/8". Info: (609) 567-4559 Territoriality and aggressive interactions of male carpenter frogs, RANA VIRGATIPES. It is generally brown or bronze in color with 4 light stripes down its back, and no dorsolateral ridges.Carpenter Frogs have short hind legs, making them somewhat toad-like in body shape and a venter that is white with black mottling.. The Carpenter Frog is easily identified by its four light stripes and the lack of dorsolateral ridges. 385 pp. New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife ~ 2002 Carpenter Frog (Rana virgatipes) - text pg.
Carpenter Frog ( Rana virgatipes ) Identification: 1 5/8" - 2 5/8".
Guided hike; bring water, bring lunch. American toad Learn about the species Listen to its call. Your walk will follow the marked hiking trails back to a wide section of the Mullica River that should be full of the sounds of carpenter frogs! The Carpenter Frog is easily identified by four yellowish stripes running lengthwise on a brownish ground color. Frogs and Toads of New Jersey Frogs New Jersey is home to a good range of frogs for its size. Association of Zoos … Meet the Wharton Naturalist at the Atsion Office in Wharton State Forest across from Atsion Lake, for this FREE guided hike. Listen for song birds and look for signs of …
10:30 a.m. 3 – 4 miles. ... Carpenter Frog: Toads. Scientific Name: Lithobates virgatipes. New Jersey's endangered and threatened plants and animals.