Frog 1 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-1 Frog-1
Frog 2 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-2 Frog-2
Frog 3 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-3 Frog-3
Frog 4 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-4 Frog-4
Frog 5 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana - Notice the Mosquito on the rear leg"
Frog-5 Frog-5
Frog 5 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-6 Frog-6
Frog 7 - Wood Frog - Rana Sylvatica
Frog-7 Frog-7
Frog 8 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-8 Frog-8
Frog 9 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-9 Frog-9
Frog 10 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-10 Frog-10
Frog 11 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-11 Frog-11
Frog 12 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-12 Frog-12
Frog 13 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-13 Frog-13
Frog 14 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-14 Frog-14
Frog 15 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-15 Frog-15
Frog 16 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-16 Frog-16
Frog 17 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-17 Frog-17
Frog 18 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-18 Frog-18
Frog 19 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-19 Frog-19
Frog 20 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-20 Frog-20
Frog 21 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-21 Frog-21
Frog 22 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-22 Frog-22
Frog 23 - Bull Frog - Rana catesbeiana
Frog-23 Frog-23
Frog 24 - Green Frog - Rana clamitans melanota
Frog-24 Frog-24
Frog Photo Gallery

Welcome to Joanie's Garden 2 gallery - Thank you for your visit - feedback is welcome. Images are mouse/touch sensitive.

"Frogs are a diverse and largely carnivorous group of short-bodied, tailless amphibians composing the order Anura. The oldest fossil "proto-frog" appeared in the early Triassic of Madagascar, but molecular clock dating suggests their origins may extend further back to the Permian, 265 million years ago. Frogs are widely distributed, ranging from the tropics to subarctic regions, but the greatest concentration of species diversity is found in tropical rainforests. There are approximately 4,800 recorded species, accounting for over 85% of extant amphibian species. They are also one of the five most diverse vertebrate orders.", as stated by

We have a very small man-made pond in the flower garden which attracts many creatures, including frogs. Some years the frog population is high, counting as many as 30 green frog sitting on the rocky edges. Other years the frog population can be very low (less than 10). The vast majority of frogs are green and bull frogs, with an occasional leopard frog and tree frog. Again, I'm sure this gallery with grow and improve.

Two photos worthy of a peek, are Frog Photo #2 & #5. We all know frogs feed on mosquitoes, but most of us haven't considered mosquitoes feeding on Frogs.