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Rio Grande Chirping Frog -
Eleutherodactylus cystignathoides campi

Stejneger, 1915

(= Syrrophus campi)
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Rio Grande Chirping Frog

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Rio Grande Cirping Frogs make a sharp chirp or group of chirps and slow trills that rise in inflection, repeated at irregular intervals.

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This is a 7 second recording of a few distant calls of a Rio Grande Chirping Frog made on a September night at the edge of a field in Willacy County, Texas. A drone of insects that nearly drowns out the frogs can be heard in the foreground, and towards the end Gulf Coast Toads can be heard way in the background. This is a 23 second recording of distant calls of a group of Rio Grande Chirping Frogs made on a September night at the edge of a field in Willacy County, Texas. A drone of insects that nearly drowns out the frogs can be heard in the foreground along with an occasional close-up mosquito.
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This is a 34 second recording of distant calls of a group of Rio Grande Chirping Frogs made on a September night at the edge of a field in Willacy County, Texas. A drone of insects that nearly drowns out the frogs can be heard in the foreground along with an occasional close-up mosquito, and towards the end Gulf Coast Toads can be heard way in the background.
Rio Grande Chirping Frog habitat
  This is the same general area and habitat where the frogs were recorded, but their exact distance and location was difficult to determine..

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