Checklist of Florida Frogs and Toads

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Acris crepitans BAIRD 1854, Northern Cricket Frog

Acris crepitans crepitans BAIRD 1854, Eastern Cricket Frog

Acris gryllus (LECONTE 1825), Southern Cricket Frog

Acris gryllus gryllus (LECONTE 1825), Coastal Plain Cricket Frog

Acris gryllus dorsalis (HARLAN 1827), Florida Cricket Frog

Anaxyrus fowleri (HINCKLEY 1882), Fowler's Toad

Anaxyrus quercicus (HOLBROOK 1840), Oak Toad

Anaxyrus terrestris (BONNATERRE 1789), Southern Toad

Eleutherodactylus planirostris (COPE 1862), Greenhouse Frog; [NON-NATIVE]

Gastrophryne carolinensis (HOLBROOK 1835), Eastern Narrowmouth Toad

Hyla andersonii BAIRD 1854, Pine Barrens Treefrog

Hyla avivoca VIOSCA 1928, Bird-voiced Treefrog

Hyla chrysocelis COPE 1880, Cope's Gray Treefrog

Hyla cinerea (SCHNEIDER 1799), Green Treefrog

Hyla femoralis BOSC in DAUDIN 1800, Pine Woods Treefrog

Hyla gratiosa LECONTE 1856, Barking Treefrog

Hyla squirella BOSC in DAUDIN 1800, Squirrel Treefrog

Lithobates capito (LECONTE 1855), Gopher Frog

Lithobates catesbeianus (SHAW 1802), Bullfrog

Lithobates clamitans (LATREILLE in SONNINI DE MANONCOURT & LATREILLE 1801), Green Frog

Lithobates clamitans clamitans (LATREILLE in SONNINI DE MANONCOURT & LATREILLE 1801), Bronze Frog

Lithobates grylio (STEJNEGER 1901), Pig Frog

Lithobates heckscheri (WRIGHT 1924), River Frog

Lithobates okaloosae (MOLER 1985), Florida Bog Frog

Lithobates sphenocephalus (COPE 1886), Southern Leopard Frog


Lithobates virgatipes (COPE 1891), Carpenter Frog

Osteopilus septentrionalis (DUMÉRIL & BIBRON 1841), Cuban Treefrog; [NON-NATIVE]

Pseudacris crucifer (WIED-NEUWIED 1838), Spring Peeper

Pseudacris feriarum (BAIRD 1854), Upland Chorus Frog

Pseudacris nigrita (LECONTE 1825), Southern Chorus Frog

Pseudacris ocularis (BOSC & DAUDIN in SONNINI DE MANONCOURT & LATREILLE 1801), Little Grass Frog

Pseudacris ornata (HOLBROOK 1836), Ornate Chorus Frog

Rhinella marina (LINNAEUS 1758), Cane Toad; [NON-NATIVE]

Scaphiopus holbrookii (HARLAN 1835), Eastern Spadefoot

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