Notes on Feeding and Molting in Frogs

@article{Frost1932NotesOF,
  title={Notes on Feeding and Molting in Frogs},
  author={S. Frost},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  year={1932},
  volume={66},
  pages={530 - 540}
}
  • S. Frost
  • Published 1932
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
  • Experiments on the feeding of frogs are not numerous, although much dissection work has been done to determine stomach contents. One of the most complete records of the diet of an individual frog appears in D. C. Beard's "American Boy's Handy Book." He itemizes the daily diet of a frog, probably Rana catesbeiana, from May 14 to November 17. During this period, the frog consumed 12 beetles, 9 mice, 1 frog, 3 crawfish, 1 bat, two thirds of a perch, and, in addition, tackled a young alligator 113… CONTINUE READING
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