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Anaxyrus americanus

American Toad
—long, high trill

Anaxyrus fowleri

Fowler's Toad
—nasal "Waaaaa"; shorter and less musical than American toad

Hyla chrysoscelis

Cope's Gray Treefrog
—short, raspy trill; similar to trill of Gray Treefrog but faster

Hyla cinerea

Green Treefrog
—short "Quonk"; like old bicycle horn

Hyla squirella

Squirrel Treefrog
—like a squirrel**

Hyla versicolor

Gray Treefrog
—short trill; slower and more musical than Cope's Gray Treefrog

Lithobates catesbeianus

American Bullfrog
—deep "rum"

Lithobates clamitans

Green Frog
—like a loose banjo string; "gunk"

Lithobates palustris

Pickerel Frog
—a snore

Lithobates sphenocephalus

Southern Leopard Frog
—chuckles, clucks and groans; also like rubbing a balloon

Lithobates sylvaticus

Wood Frog
—rubbing a balloon

Pseudacris crucifer

Spring Peeper
—short, high "Peep"

Pseudacris feriarum

Upland Chorus Frog
—dragging fingernail across teeth of comb

Scaphiopus holbrookii

Eastern Spadefoot
—downward slurred "errrrrgh"

Acris creptians

Eastern Cricket Frog
—sounds like two marbles hitting each other

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