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Spring Peeper

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Uploaded on Apr 8, 2009

Spring Peeper at Pickering Creek Audubon Center in early April, 2009. Common all over the Delmarva peninsula. Typically identified by the very distinctive Peep-peep call and most frogs have a brown X marking on their back, although individuals vary. It's typically the first frog to start calling in early spring as soon as February. After the male's call attracts a female, she lays up to 1,200 eggs singly on submerged vegetation.

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