Lithobates berlandieri (Baird, 1859)

Hernandez, Tomas, Herr, Mark W., Stevens, Skyler, Cork, Karlee, Medina-Nava, Carolina, Vialpando, C. J., Warfel, Timothy, Fields, Noah, Brodie, Ciara & Graham, Sean P., 2019, New distribution records for amphibians and reptiles in eastern Chihuahua, Mexico, Check List (Dallas, Tex.: 1979) 15 (1), pp. 79-86: 81

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.15560/15.1.79

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/DB5087DE-FFF2-FFCC-1320-FA0CFB74F7B6

treatment provided by

Marcus

scientific name

Lithobates berlandieri (Baird, 1859)
status

 

Lithobates berlandieri (Baird, 1859)   ,

Rio Grande Leopard Frog

New records. First record for Manuel Benavides Municipality: juvenile found in irrigation canal (29.116280° N, 103.924692° W; WGS84), 21 May 2014, Tim Warfel, C.J. Vialpando, and Skyler Stevens (SRSU-D 84).

Additional records for Manuel Benavides Munici- pality: adult found on river bank (29.171000° N, 103.895520° W; WGS84), 18 August 2016, Karlee Cork, Carolina Medina-Nava, and Skyler Stevens (SRSU-D 105). Calling male found near spring (29.113233° N, 103.935620° W; WGS84), 19 August 2016, Karlee Cork, Carolina Medina-Nava, and Skyler Stevens (SRSU-D 97). Tadpoles, egg masses, and recently metamorphosed individuals found throughout Canon San Carlos (29.11380° N 103.93070° W; WGS84) in shallow pools, 20 October 2016, Sean P. Graham, Tomas Hernandez, Noah Fields, and Mark W. Herr (SRSU-D 57-59).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Amphibia

Order

Anura

Family

Ranidae

Genus

Lithobates