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Plains spadefoot: Scaphiopus holbrookii

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Eastern spadefoot: Spea bombifrons

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American toad: Anaxyrus americanus

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Great Plains toad: Anaxyrus cognatus

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Tadpoles

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Eastern narrowmouth toad: Gastrophryne carolinensis

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Great Plains narrowmouth toad: Gastrophryne olivacea

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Fowler’s toad: Anaxyrus fowleri

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Woodhouse’s toad: Anaxyrus woodhousii

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Boreal chorus frog: Pseudacris maculata

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Midland chorus frog: Pseudacris triseriata

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Upland chorus frog: Pseudacris feriarum

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Eastern gray treefrog: Hyla versicolor

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Cope’s gray treefrog: Hyla chrysoscelis

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Northern leopard frog: Lithobates pipiens

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Plains leopard frog: Lithobates blairi

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Northern crawfish frog: Lithobates areolatus circulosus

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Wood frog: Lithobates sylvaticus

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Blanchard’s cricket frog: Acris blanchardi

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Northern spring peeper: Pseudacris crucifer crucifer

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Bullfrog: Lithobates catesbeianus

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Bronze frog: Lithobates clamitans

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Southern leopard frog: Lithobates sphenocephalus utricularius

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Pickerel frog: Lithobates palustris

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Mink frog: Lithobates septentrionalis

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