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Greater Siren

Greater Siren The greater siren (Siren lacertina) is another fully aquatic salamander much like the mudpuppy salamander. It has external gills, as well as lungs which are used for drawing oxygen from the water and air respectively. Unlike the mudpuppy, sirens only have one pair…

Wood Frog

Wood Frog The wood frog (Rana sylvatica) is a mid-sized, terrestrial frog, reaching up to approximately 3 inches in length. This frog is recognized by a dark mask that begins behind the eye, and extends past its tympanum or eardrum. Female wood frogs are more…

Barking Treefrog

Barking Treefrog State Threatened The barking treefrog (Hyla gratiosa) is the largest treefrog in the state, reaching lengths of over 2.5 inches! The color and pattern of barking treefrogs is highly variable. The typical coloration is green with dark circles on the back, a white…