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Voice: Call sounds like two small pebbles being tapped together. The tapping sounds are a little harsher than the Northern Cricket Frog and the tempo stays the same throughout the call. We have heard them mid-April through August. This frog occurs mainly in the southwest corner of Tennessee.
Habitat: Throughout its range Acris gryllus is a lowland frog of coastal plain bogs, ponds and river bottom swamps.
Range: Inhabits the extreme southwest corner of the state - Shelby, Fayette, Hardeman, McNairy and Chester counties.