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What

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne olivacea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 17, 2019 09:50 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. In recording -214945 (1:01 total), calls heard at 0:11 and 0:30. In recording -215225 (0:39 total), calls heard at 0:03 and 0:36.

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What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 17, 2019 08:48 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Other species are also calling in all recordings.

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What

Green Tree Frog Hyla cinerea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 17, 2019 08:48 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring.

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What

Gulf Coast Toad Incilius nebulifer

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 17, 2019 09:00 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Calls in recording -205906 (0:25 total) are distant; calls in recording -210126 (0:33 total) are closer (with Green Treefrogs and Blanchard's Cricket Frogs calling in the distance).

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What

Rio Grande Leopard Frog Lithobates berlandieri

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 17, 2019 09:08 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Calls in recording heard at 0:03, 0:14, and 0:35.

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What

Rio Grande Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus cystignathoides

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 11, 2019

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring on a cool night after two weeks of rain. Individuals were heard at this location (a dry limestone block wall) and in a wooded area on the north side of the trail, just west of this location.
Recording -204621, limestone block wall, calls heard at 0:07 and 0:17.
Recording -204649, limestone block wall, calls heard at 0:01, 0:04, and 0:11.
Recording -210812, wooded area, calls heard at 0:07, 0:26, 0:39, 0:45, and 0:54.

Photos / Sounds

What

Gulf Coast Toad Incilius nebulifer

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 11, 2019

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring on a cool night after two weeks of rain. This individual was found at a dry limestone block wall; while none were calling at this location, others could be heard calling from the nearby creek.

Photos / Sounds

What

Gulf Coast Toad Incilius nebulifer

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 5, 2019

Description

Observed during a special amphibian monitoring visit after a week of rain. Recordings taken at this location, the slough by the playground, and the grassy pools below the restrooms.

Photos / Sounds

What

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne olivacea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 5, 2019

Description

Observed during a special amphibian monitoring visit after a week of rain. Recordings taken at this location, the nearby slough, and the wet weather pond north of the improved campground.

Photos / Sounds

What

Rio Grande Leopard Frog Lithobates berlandieri

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 5, 2019

Description

Observed during a special amphibian monitoring visit after a week of rain. Recordings taken at this location and the grassy pools below the restrooms. In recording -203230, the calls are at 0:08, 0:22, and 0:35. In recording -205354, calls are throughout (0:15, 0:30, 0:56, 1:07, 1:11, etc.).

Photos / Sounds

What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 5, 2019

Description

Observed during a special amphibian monitoring visit after a week of rain. Recordings taken at this location, the grassy pools below the restrooms, and the wet weather pond north of the improved campground.

Photos / Sounds

What

Green Tree Frog Hyla cinerea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 5, 2019

Description

Observed during a special amphibian monitoring visit after a week of rain. Recordings taken at this location, the ditch in the pecan orchard, the grassy pools below the restrooms, and the wet weather pond north of the improved campground.

Photos / Sounds

What

Gulf Coast Toad Incilius nebulifer

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 4, 2019 08:35 PM CDT

Description

Special amphibian monitoring visit. These toads were seen on the trail and making very loud calls in the nearby water bodies. We were next to a trail-side pool (recording -200850) and a woodland pond (recording -203547) after 2 inches of rain over the last week. The woodland pond is located in this observation; the trail-side pool is located in the previous observation.

Photos / Sounds

What

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne olivacea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

May 4, 2019 08:08 PM CDT

Description

Special amphibian monitoring visit. These little toads were seen all over the trail and heard in full chorus all around us. We were next to a trail-side pool (recording -200850) and a woodland pond (recording -203547) after 2 inches of rain over the last week. The trail-side pool is located in this observation; the woodland pond is located in the next observation.

Photos / Sounds

What

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne olivacea

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

April 20, 2019 09:24 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring in a shallow, flooded, grassy area at the base of a hill.

Photos / Sounds

What

Gulf Coast Toad Incilius nebulifer

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

April 20, 2019 08:03 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. The recording has two calls. Photos are of two different individuals.

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What

American Bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

April 20, 2019 09:07 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Recording -210543 has four calls; recording -210705 has one quick call.

Photos / Sounds

What

Rio Grande Leopard Frog Lithobates berlandieri

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

April 20, 2019 08:57 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Call heard at 1:22 in the recording.

Photos / Sounds

What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

April 20, 2019 08:20 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring.

Photos / Sounds

What

Rio Grande Leopard Frog Lithobates berlandieri

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

March 16, 2019 08:04 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring. Calls heard at 0:05, 0:13, 0:26, 0:38, 0:42, 1:01, 1:09, and 1:57 in the recording file.

Photos / Sounds

What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

March 16, 2019 08:00 PM CDT

Description

Observed during monthly amphibian monitoring.

Photos / Sounds

What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

February 27, 2019

Description

Observed calling from a flooded field.

Photos / Sounds

What

Spotted Chorus Frog Pseudacris clarkii

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

February 27, 2019

Description

Observed calling from a flooded field. The Call Intensity was 1 in file -183042, and 2 in the other two files. Note that file -183421 also had a Vermilion Flycatcher calling at 0:50 - 0:55.

Photos / Sounds

What

Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

February 27, 2019

Description

Observed calling from a flooded field. Note that file -182336 had some issues with the recording and kids/people talking in the background, and file -182555 had kids talking and sheep calling in the background.

Photos / Sounds

What

Spotted Chorus Frog Pseudacris clarkii

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

February 27, 2019

Description

Observed calling from a flooded field. Note that file -182336 had some issues with the recording and kids/people talking in the background, and file -182555 had kids talking and sheep calling in the background.

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What

Threeridge Amblema plicata

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

January 12, 2019

Description

Observed during a random shoreline search at Bluebriar Park in Granite Shoals (Lake LBJ), 2:50 - 3:30 PM, located in the Colorado River basin in Burnet County, Texas. The lat/long was approximately 30.593, -98.395. We walked approximately 350 feet. The substrate was mostly sand with some silt and gravel. Water levels were down approximately seven feet in Lake LBJ due to an intentional drawdown by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for dock maintenance and cleanup after historic flooding in the fall of 2018. The weather was sunny, but cold and windy. 1 shell.

Photos / Sounds

What

Giant Floater Mussel Pyganodon grandis

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

January 12, 2019

Description

Observed during a random shoreline search at Lakeside Park and the mouth of Backbone Creek in Marble Falls (Lake Marble Falls), 9:00 – 11:30 AM, located in the Colorado River basin in Burnet County, Texas. The lat/long was approximately 30.567, -98.279. We walked approximately 1,200 feet. The substrate was mostly silt. Water levels were down approximately seven feet in Lake Marble Falls due to an intentional drawdown by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for dock maintenance and cleanup after historic flooding in the fall of 2018. The weather was sunny, but cold and windy. 4 alive, 3 shells.

Photos / Sounds

What

Southern Mapleleaf Quadrula apiculata

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

January 12, 2019

Description

Observed during a random shoreline search at Bluebriar Park in Granite Shoals (Lake LBJ), 2:50 - 3:30 PM, located in the Colorado River basin in Burnet County, Texas. The lat/long was approximately 30.593, -98.395. We walked approximately 350 feet. The substrate was mostly sand with some silt and gravel. Water levels were down approximately seven feet in Lake LBJ due to an intentional drawdown by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for dock maintenance and cleanup after historic flooding in the fall of 2018. The weather was sunny, but cold and windy. 2 valves.

Photos / Sounds

What

Tampico Pearly Mussel Cyrtonaias tampicoensis

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

January 12, 2019

Description

Observed during a random shoreline search at Bluebriar Park in Granite Shoals (Lake LBJ), 2:50 - 3:30 PM, located in the Colorado River basin in Burnet County, Texas. The lat/long was approximately 30.593, -98.395. We walked approximately 350 feet. The substrate was mostly sand with some silt and gravel. Water levels were down approximately seven feet in Lake LBJ due to an intentional drawdown by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for dock maintenance and cleanup after historic flooding in the fall of 2018. The weather was sunny, but cold and windy. 1 shell, 2 valves.

Photos / Sounds

What

Giant Floater Mussel Pyganodon grandis

Observer

k_mccormack

Date

January 12, 2019

Description

Observed during a random shoreline search at Bluebriar Park in Granite Shoals (Lake LBJ), 2:50 - 3:30 PM, located in the Colorado River basin in Burnet County, Texas. The lat/long was approximately 30.593, -98.395. We walked approximately 350 feet. The substrate was mostly sand with some silt and gravel. Water levels were down approximately seven feet in Lake LBJ due to an intentional drawdown by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) for dock maintenance and cleanup after historic flooding in the fall of 2018. The weather was sunny, but cold and windy. 1 alive, 4 shells.

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