Species Profile

Western Chorus Frog Carolinian population

Scientific Name: Pseudacris triseriata
Taxonomy Group: Amphibians
Range: Ontario
Last COSEWIC Assessment: April 2008
Last COSEWIC Designation: Not at Risk
SARA Status: No Schedule, No Status


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PLEASE NOTE: Not all COSEWIC reports are currently available on the SARA Public Registry. Most of the reports not yet available are status reports for species assessed by COSEWIC prior to May 2002. Other COSEWIC reports not yet available may include those species assessed as Extinct, Data Deficient or Not at Risk. In the meantime, they are available on request from the COSEWIC Secretariat.

4 record(s) found.

COSEWIC Status Reports

COSEWIC Assessments

  • COSEWIC Assessment - Western Chorus Frog, Carolinian & Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield Populations (2008)

    Western Chorus Frog – Carolinian population The species was considered a single unit and designated Not at Risk in May 2001. Split into two populations in April 2008. The Carolinian population was designated Not at Risk in April 2008. Western Chorus Frog – Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population The species was considered a single unit and designated Not at Risk in May 2001. Split into two populations in April 2008. The Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population was designated Threatened in April 2008.

COSEWIC Annual Reports

  • COSEWIC Annual Report - 2007 - 2008 (2008)

    2008 Annual Report to the The Minister of the Environment and the Canadian Endangered Species Conservation Council (CESCC) from the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada.

Related Information

  • Imminent Threat Assessment for the Western Chorus Frog (2015)

    This document assesses the threats to the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS)), using the best available information, with the aim of informing an opinion as to whether or not this wildlife species faces imminent threats to its survival or recovery in Canada, as per section 80 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA).