How many eggs do frogs lay? 5 STAR ANSWER


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Some frogs lay tens of thousands of eggs while others lay only a few. Most frogs, both male, and female abandon their eggs shortly after mating. This is precisely why they lay so many eggs – they have a low survival rate.
Karen; John

 

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Cane Toad: 8,000 – 25,000
Pacman Frog: 1,000 – 2,000
North American Bullfrog: 12,000 – 20,000
Pacific Tree Frog: Clumps of 10-90
Poison-Dart Frog: 2 – 12
White’s Tree Frog: 200 – 1,000
Wood Frog: 1750 Eggs on average

 

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only 1 in 50 eggs will survive and will grow from an egg into a tadpole
Mike

 

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Spring Peeper Clutch Size

 

typically lays around 900 eggs per clutch, but up to 1000
Contributors to Wikimedia projects

 

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African Clawed Frog

 

A female can produce up to 27,000 eggs per reproductive session
columbia.edu: Introduced Species Summary Project - Xenopus laevis

 

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African Clawed Frog

 

up to 1,000 eggs/clutch
edmonton.ca: African Clawed Frog

 

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Northern Leopard Frog

 

Clutch size.  Egg masses are reported to contain between 645–7,648 eggs
amphibiaweb.org: AmphibiaWeb - Rana pipiens

 

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Corroboree Frog

 

Clutch size for Corroboree Frogs is relatively low for a frog species; 16 to 38 eggs per female.
org.au: Life Cycle – Corroboree Frog

 

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Pool Frog

 

Clutch size for Corroboree Frogs is relatively low for a frog species; 16 to 38 eggs per female.
org.au: Life Cycle – Corroboree Frog

 

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