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Table 2 Summary of survival probabilities (φ) and longevity in frog species in the genus Pseudacris, separated by clade

From: Life history traits and reproductive ecology of North American chorus frogs of the genus Pseudacris (Hylidae)

Clade Species φ eggs φ larvae φ juveniles φ adults Lifespan Age at maturity References
West coast P. cadaverina
  P. hypochondriaca 0.85–0.95 0.01–0.3 1 year [66, 207]
  P. sierra 0.90–0.95 [64]
  P. regilla 1–3 years 1–3 year [63, 208, 209]
Fat frog P. illinoensis 0.03–0.04 0.28 2–6 years 1 year [36, 210, 211, 210,211,212]
  P. ornata 0.94–0.97 0.32–0.85 0.52 [77, 179, 213]
  P. streckeri 1–3 years [132, 214]
Crucifer P. crucifer 0.52 0.5–0.9 0.25 0.25 4 years 2 years [99, 168, 203, 215, 104, 215,216,217,218,219,220,221]
  P. ocularis 0.1 [89]
Trilling frog P. brachyphona
  P. brimleyi
  P. clarkii 0.39 0.22–0.84 1–2 years [204, 214, 222, 223]
  P. feriarum 0.77 0.10–0.89 [202, 224]
  P. fouquettei
  P. kalmi
  P. maculata 0.4–0.9 0.3–0.9 0.09–0.13 0.14–0.49 2–7 years 1 year [99, 105, 128, 129, 181, 114, 203, 225, 226, 225,226,227,228]
  P. nigrita 0.28 1–3 years [77]
  P. triseriata 0.37–0.87 0.9 0.06–0.13 0.19 1–3 years 1–2 years [113, 77, 127, 205, 217]
  1. To simplify the table, male and female survival parameters have been grouped