So, ... who was doing all that singing on the Pure Frogida music video?
The willow trees along the pond bank were hosting lots of green tree frogs who were singing away from their lofty perch.
The randier green tree frogs were already in the water ready for action. The one above is just inside the pond edge, and below the willow where most of the other green tree frogs were hanging out.
The little frog above and below was no bigger than the last section of your thumb but was producing the most amazingly loud, ratchety sound. I'm posting ahead of looking him up, so if you beat me to the ID, hooray for you!
You can get an idea of his tiny size if you use the pill bug in the picture below as a frame of reference ... or use the snails, a dime would more than cover the snail shell.
The most obvious and seemingly most numerous amphibian down at the pond Saturday night were the toads. They were swimming everywhere and whenever one would meet another they would tussle together a bit. There was some serious toad trilling going on from the banks, logs, and tufts of wet grass.
The wrestling match when two toads met ended in both toads going off in opposite directions or ...
... a bit of Amphib -E-Harmony.