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As spring approaches, herpers need to change gears
Leiren McKenzie - Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015

Now that winter is almost over here in the South, and with it the wonderful mass migrations of all our Ambystomatid salamanders, it is now time to change gears and focus on another group of cool amphibians: Pseudacris!

Although this genus is not a salamander, these neat little frogs are out in full force right now.

Actually, the ornate chorus frog (Pseudacris ornata) have already been calling on warm nights since December. The mountain chorus frogs (Pseudacris brachyphona) are calling in Northeast Alabama, along with the upland chorus frogs (Pseudacris feriarum) and the southern chorus frogs (Pseudacris nigrita) down here.


A personal favorite of mine is is the spring eeper (Pseudacris crucifer crucifer). Not much is known about these secretive frogs because they are really rarely encountered outside of their breeding season, but during this time of the year any ditch, mudhole or low depression that holds water will serve as a breeding site for these small frogs.



Chicken turtles wander, but they aren't lost
Richard Bartlett - Tuesday, Mar 03, 2015

It was late spring, in the Apalachicola National Forest (ANF) and I happened to have an hour to kill before meeting Kenny for a couple of days of herping. I was within a few miles of a favorite puddle, so decided to stop by for a hurried visit. During the winter this bit of water was a breeding site for ornate chorus frogs, I had seen a banded water snake or two there, and in previous years had seen a few mole salamanders beneath water edge logs.

As seen on this juvenile, on chicken turtles the submarginal spotting is restricted to the bridge area.


But this time when I pulled up the site was unrecognizable. We had had an unusually wet winter and the rains had continued into the spring. The site, including the road-edge drainage ditch, was filled and overflowing with water. For a moment or two I contemplated whether I wanted to get wet just before leaving on a trip. But then a turtle surfaced in the flowing water of the ditch--a turtle with a narrow head and a prominently striped neck-- an eastern chicken turtle, Deirochelys r. reticularia.

Unlike many of their semi-aquatic emydine stay-at-home relatives, the chicken turtles (3 subspecies) are known for their peregrinations. These turtles wander widely from flooded meadow to vernal pond to the still waters of canal edges. If things get uncomfortably dry they dig down and aestivate. And although I consider them one of the "everywhere and nowhere" turtles (meaning they are widespread but seldom readily seen), they are seen infrequently enough to consider each sighting a mini-event.

So now, if you have interpreted the last paragraph correctly, you know I wasn't about to leave without at least trying to get some data from the chicken turtle. Yep. I got wet, but I was able to catch the turtle, a perfect example, an adult male. Hopefully he is still wandering, stopping now and again to sire more generations of wandering turtles. They are a delight to see.
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