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Plains Leopard Frog [Audio]

Plains Leopard Frog
(Rana blairi)
Call: A rapid series of guttural chuck-chuck-chuck sounds.
Approximate breeding call season: April through May

NCAA men's hoops bracket [Document]

NCAA men's basketball bracket

Northern Crawfish Frog [Audio]

Nothern Crawfish Frog
(Rana areolata circulosa)
Call: A deep, loud, snoring gwwaaa can be heard from a considerable distance.
Approximate breeding call season: February through April
*Rare in Missouri

Great Plains Narrow-mouthed Toad [Audio]

Great Plains Narrow-mouthed Toad
(Gastrophryne olivacea)
Call: A high-pitched short peal that sounds similar to the buzz of a bee.
Approximate breeding call season: May through July

Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad [Audio]

Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad
(Gastrophryne carolinensis)
Call: A bleating, nasal baaaa, which sounds like a lamb.
Approximate breeding call season: May through July

Western Chorus Frog [Audio]

Western Chorus Frog
(Pseudacris triseriata)
Call: A rasping, vibrating prreeep, which sounds similar to running a fingernail over the small teeth of a pocket comb.
Approximate breeding call season: February through April

Northern Spring Peeper [Audio]

Northern Spring Peeper
(Pseudacris crucifer crucifer)
Call: Their voices are a true announcement of spring. Their high-pitched, peeping call can be heard on warm spring nights and also during the day in early summer and fall.
Approximate breeding call season: February through May

Cope's Gray Treefrog and Eastern Gray Treefrog [Audio]

Cope's Gray Treefrog and Eastern Gray Treefrog
(Hyla chrysoscelis and Hyla versicolor)
Call: These two species are nearly identical in appearance and are best separated by their calls. Cope’s gray treefrog sounds like a buzzer, while the eastern gray treefrog has a birdlike, musical trill.
Approximate breeding call season: late April through June

Blanchard's Cricket Frog [Audio]

Blanchard's Cricket Frog
(Acris crepitans blanchardi)
Call: A metallic gick, gick, gick.
Approximate breeding call season: May through July

Fowler's Toad [Audio]

Fowler's Toad
(Bufo flowleri)
Call: A short, nasal w-a-a-a-h, lasting from 1 to 2 ½ seconds.
Approximate breeding call season: May through June

Great Plains Toad [Audio]

Great Plains Toad
(Bufo cognatus)
Call: A loud, chugging sound—chee-ga, chee-ga, chee-ga—that lasts 20 to 50 seconds.
Approximate breeding call season: April through May
*Rare in Missouri

Eastern American Toad [Audio]

Eastern American Toad
(Bufo americanus americanus)
Call: A sustained, high-pitched musical trill.
Approximate breeding call season: late March through May

Plains Spadefoot [Audio]

Plains Spadefoot
(Spea bombifrons)
Call: A long, rasping, nasal garvank.
Approximate breeding call season: April through June

MU-Baylor box score [Document]

Missouri-Baylor box score

DeMarre Carroll celebrates Missouri Big 12 tournament title [Photo]

Missouri's DeMarre Carroll hoists the trophy for the Big 12 men's basketball tournament title. "Once I transferred here, everything started going wrong and I was just looking around like, 'Man, what did I get myself into?'," said Carroll, who was named the tournament's most outstanding player. "I got shot, we lost a lot of games. But look at me now, I'm standing here smiling, a Big 12 champion."

Kim English goes for two [Photo]

Kim English goes for a layup in the second half of the Big 12 Tournament Championship game against Baylor.

Keith Ramsey in the second half [Photo]

Keith Ramsey drives the ball in the second half of the Big 12 Tournament Championship game against Baylor Saturday night.

Celebrating the Big 12 Tournament Championship [Photo]

Demarre Carroll celebrates with Keith Ramsey.

Posing with the trophy [Photo]

MU's Demarre Carroll poses with the Big 12 Tournament Championship trophy.

Chatting with coach Anderson [Photo]

Zaire Taylor talks with coach Mike Anderson in the second half of the Big 12 Tournament Championship game against Baylor.
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