What Is the Name for a Female Frog?

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The name for a female frog is just "Frog." Females are not known by a separate name. Did you know that only male frogs croak? This is to attract females for mating. A frog will try to mate on anything that moves, and has a great grip to hang on to a female in case she tries to leave during mating.
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A female Frog is called a female frog.
There is no known trivial name for a female frog and they are generally referred to as frogs like the male frogs. However, they may be referred to as cows as an antonym to the bull frog of which their male counterparts are also referred with.
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1. Look to see if the frog hops on top of other frogs, AllAboutFrogs.org advises. Males cling to the top of females to mate. However, the one at the bottom might not necessarily be
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Answer Female frog. There is no trivial name.
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1 Do some measuring. Males are noticeably smaller than females in most species of frog. A typical male frog is one and one half to two and one quarter inches long from head to bottom
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A female frog is called just that, a female frog. Maybe you can give them a nickname! Good luck!
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