The eastern, or northern, cricket frog is one of the smaller species found throughout the state. They are commonly heard calling “crick crick crick” like two marbles clacking together. Patterns on cricket frogs are highly variable, including colors such as green, orange, brown, and gray.
- Small, usually with triangular marking on head
- Thigh markings more ragged, often a single mark (separates from southern cricket frog)
- Legs shorter, feet often with more webbing than A. gryllus (Peterson et al., 2016)
Nearly any fresh body of water
Various small invertebrates