chorus frog

noun
any of several small North American frogs of the genus Pseudacris, having a loud call commonly heard in the early spring.
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chorus frog

(Pseudacris), any of several species of tree frogs belonging to the family Hylidae. Chorus frogs are found in North America from Canada to the southern United States and the northern reaches of Mexico. They are predominantly terrestrial and live in thick herbaceous vegetation and low shrubbery. They are not as adept at climbing as are most other hylids.

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They are about the same size as the chorus frog but seem to be less shy, so it's not uncommon to spot one.
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