Definition of Acris crepitans
1. Noun. A cricket frog of eastern and central United States.
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Literary usage of Acris crepitans
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1. Biennial Report of the Board of Curators of the Louisiana State Museum to by Louisiana State Museum, Louisiana State Museum Board of Curators, Board of Curators (1914)
"The other form, acris crepitans, is found throughout the entire alluvial section ... The feet of acris crepitans are broadly webbed to the tips of all toes, ..."
2. Familiar Life in Field and Forest: The Animals, Birds, Frogs, and Salamanders by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1898)
"Dr. Abbott also frequently refers to acris crepitans,^ but I question whether either he or Mr. Gibson actually heard this species. ..."
3. Spencer Fullerton Baird: A Biography, Including Selections from His by William Healey Dall (1915)
"... home about 60 snakes—various terrapins and frogs—amongst the latter about 50 specimens of a little frog which I think they call acris crepitans, Baird. ..."
4. Reports of Explorations and Surveys, to Ascertain the Most Practicable and by Joseph Henry, Spencer Fullerton Baird, United States War Dept, United States Army. Corps of Engineers (1855)
"acris crepitans, BAIRD, Pr. AN Se. VII, 1854, 59. SPEC. CHAR. Brownish above. The median region of head and body above bright green ; a dark triangle ..."