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This report presents data on the vegetation, anurans, water chemistry, and physical properties of selected natural and excavated Pinelands ponds that are known to support breeding populations of Pine Barrens treefrogs (Hyla andersonii). The 13 ponds (Figure 1, Table 1) were initially selected to study frog and toad adult and larval species composition relative to sitespecific, local, and regional environmental variables (Bunnell and Zampella 1999). More recently, the vegetation structure,doi:10.7282/t3p84bwc fatcat:fyzpthgwd5at3e7dxrbigdjoy4