acris gryllus dorsalis, green canoe trail, durdin prairie, okefenokee national wildlife refuge, charlton county, georgia 1

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I have identified this as the Florida cricket frog. It is a subspecies of the southern cricket frog. They are extremely common in the Okefenokee Swamp. They really do sound like a cricket. For more information: wwknapp.home.mindspring.com/docs/southern.cricket.frog.html


title acris gryllus dorsalis, green canoe trail, durdin prairie, okefenokee national wildlife refuge, charlton county, georgia 1
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2008:04:18 14:22:51
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