Definition of Rana palustris
1. Noun. A meadow frog of eastern North America.
Group relationships: Genus Rana, Rana
Generic synonyms: Ranid, True Frog
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rana Palustris
Literary usage of Rana palustris
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. North American Anura: Life-histories of the Anura of Ithaca, New Yorkby Albert Hazen Wright by Albert Hazen Wright (1914)
"Cross-embrace of a male Rana pipiens with a female Rana palustris. ... Egg-masses of Rana palustris. Globular mass, frequently in tiers. 5. ..."
2. A Check List of North American Amphibians and Reptiles by Leonhard Stejneger, Thomas Barbour (1917)
"US Nat. Mus., No. 34, 1889, p. 443. TYPE LOCALITY: Utah. RANGE : Utah and Nevada. Rana palustris LE CONTE PICKEREL-FROG Rana 'palustris LE CONTE Ann. Lyc. ..."
3. Bryn Mawr College Monographs by Bryn Mawr College (1904)
"Morgan has noted that the blastula stages of Rana palustris can endure extreme ... This temperature would very soon kill eggs of Rana palustris which are ..."
4. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"Minott remembers the Rana palustris, or yellow- legged one, as " the one that stinks so," as if that scent were peculiar to it. I suppose it is. ..."
5. Experimental zoology by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1907)
"The tip of the tail of a young tad|>ole of Rana sylvatica was united to the tail of Rana palustris (from which previously an equivalent piece had been ..."
6. Boston Journal of Natural History by Boston Society of Natural History (1837)
"John BS Jackson. citia, Rana palustris. Esta Hoax. Three species of Echinus—two of ... Jr. Rana sylvatica—Rana palustris—Rana ..."
7. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1825)
"Rana palustris, Le Conte, Ano. of the Lyceum, Vol. I. p. 282. Rana pardalis, Harían. Silliman's Journal, ut supra. Vulgo, Leopard, Zebra, or Tiger-frog. ..."
8. The Frog Book: North American Toads and Frogs, with a Study of the Habits by Mary Cynthia Dickerson (1906)
"The species distributed throughout the extent of this sub- region are as follows: Rana clamitans, Rana palustris, Rana pi- piens, Rana sylvatica, ..."