Cricket frogs, genus Acris, are small, North American frogs of the family Hylidae. They are more aquatic than other members of the family and are generally associated with permanent bodies of water with surface vegetation. The common and scientific names refer to their call, which resembles that of a cricket.
|Binomial Name and Author||Common Name|
|Acris blanchardi||Blanchard's Cricket Frog|
|Acris crepitans||Northern Cricket Frog|
|Acris gryllus||Southern Cricket Frog|
Amphibian Conservation Strategies: Translocating an Entire Population of Blanchard's Cricket Frog (Acris Crepitans Blanchardi) in Southeast Michigan
Oct 01, 2004; Abstract The dramatic decline of amphibian populations worldwide is an urgent conservation issue. The root causes underlying many...
The Enigmatic Decline of Blanchard's Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans blanchardi): A Test of the Habitat Acidification Hypothesis
May 26, 2006; Blanchard's Cricket Frogs (Acris crepitans blanchardi) are geographically widespread and historically common, yet they are in...