- Large, stout frog with its toes slightly webbed with disks at tips.
- Varies from gray, brown, olive, to green ground color.
Dark stripe through eye as well as a dark spot under the eye.
Dark spots run longitudinally along back.
Deep yellow or orange coloration in groin.
Pseudacris streckeri reaches an adult length between 2.5-4 cm (1-1.5 in).
In North America, Pseudacris streckeri is found in a broad band through central and eastern Oklahoma and Texas.
Pseudacris streckeri is nocturnal, feeding on insects. Pseudacris streckeri can burrow into the soil with its front limbs to shelter itself from heat and predation.
Breeding occurs from November to April or May in Pseudacris streckeri. Eggs are laid in water and attached to vegetation.
Pseudacris streckeri is seen in moist woodland areas, rocky ravines, near streams, in swamps, or in cultivated fields.
Strecker's chorus frog is not a protected species in Texas and can be legally collected with a hunting license.
The single subspecies of Pseudacris streckeri in Texas, P. s. streckeri, is found in the eastern half of the state.