Pseudacris c. crucifer
NH Conservation Status: Not listed
State Rank Status: Widespread and secure
Distribution: Throughout NH
Description: A small .75"-1.5" tan, brown, or gray frog with a dark “X” marking across the back. This species is seldom seen but often heard singing in chorus during evening hours.
Commonly Confused Species: Gray treefrog
Habitat: Often found in wet wooded areas often near swamps or ponds. Also found in fields, meadows, and forests.
Life History: Up to 1000 eggs are attached individually to submerged vegetation in breeding pools. Hibernates on land under moss and matted leaves.
Voice: High-pitched, ascending whistle or peep.
Conservation Threats: Species is secure