Last week, we highlighted a spring peeper in summer! Spring peepers (Pseudacris crucifer) have a distinct “x” on their backs and are a light tan color. In the spring, you hear their high pitched calls more often than you see them. Did you know that their vocal sac is almost the same size as their body? No wonder they can make such a loud sound!
Happy Mystery Monday! What native tree is producing these fruits?
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