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bullfrog

see ranacatesbeiana.
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Bullfrog," said she, not unkindly, yet with all the decision of her strong character, "let me advise you to overcome this foolish weakness, and prove yourself, to the best of your ability, as good a husband as I will be a wife.
Bullfrog," said my wife, slyly; "but, in that case, where would have been the five thousand dollars which are to stock your dry goods store?
Bullfrog, upon your honor," demanded I, as if my life hung upon her words, "is there no mistake about those five thousand dollars?
The jury gave me every cent the rascal had; and I have kept it all for my dear Bullfrog.
The training involves a non-lethal integrated pest management system that prevents the entry of the bullfrogs into the hectares of catfish farms in the area, located around one and a half hours from the city's downtown.
We examined pond amphibian community structure at breeding sites across the state of Missouri and examined whether the presence of American Bullfrogs, Lithobates catesbeianus, and fish influenced these patterns of diversity.
Our family raises American Bullfrogs (Raba catesbeiana) at Rana Ranch in Idaho.
In addition to their direct effect on native amphibians through competition and predation, bullfrogs are thought to be carriers of chytridiomycosis (7,8) and, possibly, ranaviruses.
By now the Calaveras County frogs may be reaching the outer limits of what bullfrogs can do, Astley says.
30, bullfrogs and green frogs, as long as they're three inches from snout to vent, are legal to harvest.
Bullfrogs will eat almost anything they can catch and get in their mouths.