Bullfrog - Lithobates catesbeianus | SocalFauna.net

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Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus)


Chordata > Amphibia > Anura > Ranidae


A large greenish frog with brown blotches, and the largest frog in California, attaining lengths of about 8 inches. Native to the eastern US, but now widespread throughout the country and in California (including Catalina Island), excluding deserts and high elevations. Otherwise found in a variety of habitats wherever permanent warm pools of water occur. Common and spreading, potentially displacing native species.

View Sightings (1 total, most recently on 04/02/2015)

References:
1. California Herps



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