The Common Frog (Rana Temporaria) Spawns In March

The common frog fact sheet

Systematics
-Class: Amphibians (AMPHIBIA)
-Order: frogs (Anura)
-Family: Ranoidea
-Family: True frogs (Ranidae)
-Genus: True frogs (Rana)
-Type: common frog
-brown frog with acute snout
-mature grass frog head and body length max 11 cm, females are slightly larger after sexual maturity
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variable in yellow, red, or dark brown in color with pattern
-the common frog has a triangular dark patch temporal patch with the tympanic membrane, the hind legs are quergestreift
-Bottom of the male is whitish-gray usually without spots
-often yellow and Red marbled while the female, the tip of the snout is blunt
-the front legs of the males are stronger than on the females, the reasoning is because they need to for days clasp females during reproduction
Habitat/occurrence of Grasfrosch
-Occurrence in Europe, in bogs, wet meadows, parks, gardens, river landscapes, ponds, lakes and forests
-the common frog is nocturnal and during the day in damp hiding
-They Hibernate calmed waters reasons or in frost-free Burrows

Breeding common frog
-If they come from the winter stasis, the sexually mature grass frogs find their spawning waters
-the females lay 700-2500 eggs in the water, which are inseminated by males sitting on in clumps about
-the development of larvae lasts 4 weeks depending on the temperature of the water with abundant sunshine a few days maximum
-the development of the land animal is completed with about 3 months ago
-Grass frogs can reach an age of about 10 years in the wild
Food grass frog
What do eat grass frogs?
-Slugs, many species of insects, worms, spiders, and isopods tracking them with their highly developed sense of smell
Enemies grass frog
-the grass frogs have many enemies: the white and Black Stork, birds of prey, owls, grass snake, Kingfisher, Red Fox, Badger, wild boars, Martens, vermin and fish