Document Type

Peer-Review Article


In this paper, 62 species of carabid beetles are listed as prey of frogs. Records are from the literature and a stomach contents study.

During the period May to October 1973, I collected and examined the stomach contents of 2 bullfrogs, 45 green frogs, 504 northern leopard frogs and 7 wood frogs from southern Quebec in order to learn whether carabid beetles are major or minor prey of frogs.

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Entomology Commons



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