Cajun chorus frogs are native a large area of the southeastern US and are found in the southwest half of the Mississippi, and southern Louisiana. They are small frogs with similar brown patterns of most chorus frogs. Often tan to brown with three rows of dark lines (occasionally broken) and potential faint triangular mark on head (Peterson et al., 2016). Its call sounds like that of a metallic comb being pulled along a finger.
- See range, small brown frog with three narrow lines or rows of spots on back (Peterson et al., 2016)
- Indistinguishable physically from P. feriarum
Marshes, swamps, forested wetlands, and ponds (Peterson et al., 2016)
“Metallic comb”-like call in winter and spring months
Various small invertebrates