Boreal Chorus Frog Pseudacris maculata

Description: 1 - 1ΒΌ inches. Boreal Chorus Frogs are tan to brown, often with three dark stripes running down the back. These stripes may be broken to form three rows of dots and dashes. In western North Dakota, spotted individuals were varying amounts of green are sometimes observed. A broad dark stripe passes through the eye and runs down the length of the body.

Similar Species: None.

Comments: North Dakota's most common frog, and may even be found in urban environments.

Distribution Map
Distribution of the Boreal Chorus Frog (Pseudacris maculata)

County level distribution of this species in North Dakota. Map generated from data collected from voucher specimens and photographic records.

Phenology of Boreal Chorus Frog (Pseudacris maculata)