Pacific chorus frog : Pseudacris regilla Public Deposited

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  • The Pacific chorus frog, which used to be known as the Pacific treefrog, is the most abundant kind (species) of frog in Oregon. Pacific chorus frogs are amphibians, like other frogs, toads, and salamanders. The word amphibian means “double life.” These critters are given this name because they spend some of their life on land and some in water. Frogs also go from living in water as a tadpole to living mostly on land as an adult.
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