Boreal Chorus Frog
Pseudacris maculata

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ŠNicky Davis
Located by John Richards at a dried up pond at the east fork of the Bear River area, Summit County, Utah on 18 July 2015

33 mm long, brown to green on dorsal surface, 3 broken dorsal stripes which can be distinctive or faint,
A dark band across the eye and continuing down the side, slightly enlarged toe pads to help in climbing small grasses and vegetation. Very similar to the Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata).  Can be distinguished from this species by having shorter legs. "Wikipedia"

Map of maculata range

Utube of frogs calling

This site doesn't show boreal as native to Utah, just the Western Chorus Frog
doesn't show Boreal but shows Western Chorus Frog

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