Green frogs are relatively common throughout Mississippi. They are usually 2-3 inches in length with brown, bronze, or green coloration. They are differentiated from other American water frogs (Lithobates sp.) by their dorsolateral skin folds along the left and right sides of the dorsum.
- Green or bronze body color
- Dorsolateral skin folds (separates from bull frog, pig frog)
Most bodies of water in urban or natural areas
Male call sounds is similar to a banjo “plunk”