Plains Leopard Frog (aka Blair's Leopard Frog)
LET'S LEARN ABOUT THE PLAINS LEOPARD FROG
What is a Plains Leopard Frog?
What Do They Look Like?
How Big Do They Get?
What Do They Eat?
Habitats in the Wild
Life Cycle Facts
|This frog can be located throughout the Great Plains of the United States. Including: Indiana, South Dakota, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. They tend to inhabit marshes and ponds. They can frequently be seen jumping into the water, and at night you might spot them along pond shores with a flashlight.
|Female Plains Leopard Frogs can lay up to several thousand eggs from spring to fall in water sources such as ponds, marshes, and muddy water. The tadpoles that hatch early in the year will become frogs by summertime; however, tadpoles that hatch later in the year will remain tadpoles through winter and become frogs the next spring.
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