<p><strong>Fig. 5.17.</strong>&nbsp;(<strong>B</strong>) Many amphibian species such as the northern red-legged frog (<em>Rana aurora</em>) attach egg masses to submerged freshwater plants in marshes, streams and temporary vernal pools.</p>

Fig. 5.17. (B) Many amphibian species such as the northern red-legged frog (Rana aurora) attach egg masses to submerged freshwater plants in marshes, streams and temporary vernal pools.

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