Ed Golson Outdoor Education

Western Chorus frog

Scientific Name: Pseudacris triseriata

Description: Western chorus frogs usually grow to about .75 to 1.5 inches long. They have a brown or grey body with 3 dark stripes running down the back. Most chorus frogs die as tadpoles, but those that survive into adults can live as long as 5 years. 

Habitat: They live in the U.S. ranging from northern New York over to South Dakota down as far south as Oklahoma. They like to live in marshes, meadows, and damp woods.

 Food: Chorus frogs eat a wide variety of insects including ants, flies, caterpillars, and spiders.

The chorus frog's call.

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