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Amphibians - Leopard Frog 

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Northern Leopard Frog

The Northern Leopard Frog [Lithobates pipiens Rana pipiens] is easy to identify by its large dark circular spots which are often surrounded by a thin lightly-coloured line.  The frog may be either green or brown with a white belly that sometimes has a yellowish tinge.  Leopard frogs often also have a white stripe across their upper lip.  Their dorsolateral ridges run from the eye to the hind legs and are a light colour.   Average body length is 3-4 inches.

A similar species is the Pickerel Frog which is almost identical in appearance.  The Pickerel Frog's spots, however, are angular and usually arranged in two rows down its back.  The Leopard Frog's spots are more rounded or oval and in an random pattern.  The Pickerel Frog has bright yellow or orange colouration on the concealed surfaces of its hind legs and belly.

 

 

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Green spotted Leopard Frog Ontario

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Amphibian Northern leopard Frog in swamp

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- Amphibians are divided into three groups:  Newts & Salamanders; Frogs & Toads; and Caecilians.

 

 

- Caecilians are amphibians that don't have arms or legs.  They look like snakes or worms.

- There are 5,000 - 6,000 amphibians species known today.

 

 

- The term "amphibian" means "two-lives" - one in the water and one on land.

 

 

 

 

- More than 75% of all toad and frog species in the world live in tropical rainforests.

 

 

- Toads have dry, bumpy skin while frogs have smooth, clammy skin.

 

 

- The life cycle of an amphibians involves three stages:  egg, larva and adult.

 

 

 



- Frogs breath with their lungs AND through their skin.



 

- Frogs can see forwards, sideways and upwards - all at the same time!

 

 

- According to the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), nearly one-third of all amphibians are known to be threatened or extinct!

 

 

 

 

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