Central American Leopard Frog

Lithobates brownorum
(Sanders, 1973)
Quintana Roo, Mexico. June 26, 2016.

A common frog throughout the Yucatán peninsula, and formerly included in Lithobates berlandieri. This species can get somewhat larger than leopard frogs in the United States; on rainy nights, the young adults spring across the road in a couple jumps, while the really big ploppers are more inclined to just sit on the road, soaking up moisture through their ventral patches.

My Flickr album for this species is here.

My Flickr album for Yucatán 2016 is here.

HerpMapper records for this species are here.

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