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1-2” (3.2-5.7cm). Bright green, yellowish green, olive green, or lime green, may have gold or white flecking. Pale yellow stripe from upper lip to groin. Large toe pads.
Call resembles that of a rising ‘cowbell’ and can be expressed by a nasal queenk-queenk-queenk. Call may be repeated up to 75 times within a minute.
Extreme southwestern Indiana.
Cypress swamps, sloughs, cattail marshes, lakes, and ponds.
Permanent marshes, swamps, or sloughs.
Mid-May to Early August
Found in small packets under the surface of the water, attached to floating vegetation or its roots.
Long pointed tail. Green with a yellowish or ivory stripe on side of head from snout to eye.