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Serviceable-but unlike McClung and illustrator Carol Lerner, neither Billings nor Bonners gives the peepers' call any lilt or modulation.
A tiny tree frog known by scientists as Hyla crucifer and on Martha's Vineyard as a pinkletink, the spring peeper is first seen here-as in McClung's Peeper, First Voice of Spring (1977)-when the male uses his large bubble-like vocal sack to peep an invitation to the female. Serviceable-but unlike McClung and illustrator Carol Lerner, neither Billings nor Bonners gives the peepers' call any lilt or modulation.
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Discusses the life cycle of the spring peeper and the capture and care of this tiny tree frog as a pe.
ISBN13:9780396075844. Release Date:January 1979.
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The spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) is a small chorus frog widespread throughout the eastern United States and Canada. They are so called because of their chirping call that marks the beginning of spring
The spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) is a small chorus frog widespread throughout the eastern United States and Canada. They are so called because of their chirping call that marks the beginning of spring. There are two subspecies: The northern, P. c. crucifer, found all over the eastern United States and eastern Canada. The southern, P. bartramiana. The southern is distinguished by a strong dark marking on its belly.
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