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Thanks very much Masked Marvel, much appreciated. I've just looked them up and seen that marsh frogs are present in the UK too- what are the key visual differences between the common and the marsh frog? I noticed the frog in my pic is more green than most the pics I've seen of common frogs, but that might not be a generic trait of course.
Many thanks, Adriana
Colour isn't that useful as both species can vary a lot, particularly the marsh frog. There are a few characteristics which are helpful. Marsh frogs' eyes are more bulbous and generally more on top of the head than the common frog. Common frogs usually have a dark mask across the eyes. Marsh frogs have more prominent dorsolateral folds (folds of skin along the sides of the back) than the common frog. Fully grown marsh frogs are larger than marsh frogs.
There are also differences in behaviour and habitat too that can all help with identification.
Many thanks for the tips, I'll try to remember that next time I see one!
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