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Amphibians of Isle Royale

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Softball Fourteen

on 6 May 2010

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The Amphibians of Isle Royale The Boreal Chorus Frog It is 1 to 1 1/2 inches long at full size. It can be reddish, tan, brown, olive or gray frog with three dark stripes that go down the middle of their back. These stripes are sometimes broken, but sometimes they are not. Laura McCallum Eastern American Toad This frog is only found on Isle Royale, and is a special concern frog. Its color usually is a shade of brown, but it can be different depending on it's surroundings
and age. Its size ranges to between two to four inches long. Green Frog This frog is the most common frog found in Isle Royale. These frogs are green with a lighter green upper lip. The males have
yellow throats, and the females don't. Northern Spring Peeper It is 3/4 to 1 1/4 inches long at full size. They are either tan, brown or gray. Their color depends on what their surroundings are. Mink Frog It is 2 to 2 3/4 inches long at full size. It has a lot of the same characteristics as the green frog, so people get the two mixed up sometimes. The mink frog does have a diferent smell than the green frog, as the smell is like a mink when touched. Blue-spotted Salamander They usually grow from 7.6 centimeters to 7.14 centimeters. Their bodies are blue or black with white and blue spots on the sides of their bodies and on their backs. Wood Frog Its color ranges from a pink-brown to a very dark-brown. Its size goes from 1 3/8 to 3 1/4 inches long. Mudpuppy/Waterdog They grow up to between 20 and 33 centimeters long. They can be a rusty brown to black in color. Central Newt They can be from olive green all the way to a light brown. Their size ranges from 2 1/2 to 4 inches long.
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