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Amphibians - Species List by Biome

frog toad salamander bellied

CONIFEROUS FOREST

Ailao moustache toad

Annam broad-headed toad

Bana leaf litter frog

Brown frog

Cascade torrent salamander

Coastal giant salamander

Eastern narrow-mouthed toad

European fire salamander

Fire-bellied toad

Great crested newt

Mandarin salamander

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Schmidt's lazy toad

Smooth newt

Two-lined salamander

Yellow-bellied toad

DECIDUOUS FOREST

Arboreal salamander

Asian horned frog

Bell's salamander

Brown frog

Cascade torrent salamander

Common squeaker

Darwin's frog

Eastern narrow-mouthed toad

European fire salamander

Fire-bellied toad

Golden-striped salamander

Goliath frog

Great crested newt

Green treefrog

Hairy frog

Hamilton's frog

Harlequin frog

Kinugasa flying frog

Lynch's Cochran frog

Mandarin salamander

Marine toad

Maud Island frog

Mesoamerican burrowing toad

Mexican caecilian

Micro frog

Mocquard's rain frog

Natal ghost frog

Nilgiri tropical frog

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Pacific giant glass frog

Painted frog

Painted Indonesian treefrog

Painted reed frog

Paradox frog

Parsley frog

Phantasmal poison frog

Pumpkin toadlet

Rock River frog

Rocky Mountain tailed frog

Ruthven's frog

South American bullfrog

Smooth newt

Sumaco horned treefrog

Talamancan web-footed salamander

Tusked frog

Two-lined salamander

Yellow-bellied toad

Yucatecan shovel-headed treefrog

DESERT

Sandhill frog

Water-holding frog

GRASSLAND

Asian horned frog

Banded rubber frog

Brown frog

Bubbling kassina

Budgett's frog

Darwin's frog

Fire-bellied toad

Gray four-eyed frog

Great crested newt

Mandarin salamander

Marbled snout-burrower

Marine toad

Mesoamerican burrowing toad

Mocquard's rain frog

Natal ghost frog

Northern spadefoot toad

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Painted frog

Painted reed frog

Paradox frog

Parsley frog

Patagonia frog

Plains spadefoot toad

Pointed-tongue floating frog

Riobamba marsupial frog

Smooth newt

Tiger salamander

Tusked frog

Yellow-bellied toad

Yucatecan shovel-headed treefrog

Water-holding frog

LAKE AND POND

Amazonian skittering frog

Brown frog

Bubbling kassina

Bullfrog

Common plantanna (African clawed frog)

Eastern narrow-mouthed toad

Fire-bellied toad

Golden-striped salamander

Gray four-eyed frog

Great crested newt

Hokkaido salamander

Hourglass treefrog

Japanese fire-bellied newt

Lesser siren

Mandarin salamander

Marine toad

Midwife toad

Mudpuppy

Olm

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Painted frog

Painted reed frog

Paradox frog

Patagonia frog

Perez's snouted frog

Phantasmal poison frog

Philippine barbourula

Pointed-tongue floating frog

Pyburn's pancake frog

Riobamba marsupial frog

Smooth newt

South American bullfrog

Surinam horned frog

Surinam toad

Three-toed amphiuma

Tropical clawed frog

Two-lined salamander

Yellow-bellied toad

RAINFOREST

African wart frog

Amazonian skittering frog

Blue-toed rocket frog

Eungella torrent frog

Free Madagascar frog

Golden dart-poison frog

Golden toad

Gold-striped frog

Hip pocket frog

Hourglass treefrog

Kirk's caecilian

La Palma glass frog

Long-fingered slender toad

Marbled caecilian

Perez's snouted frog

Philippine barbourula

Pyburn's pancake frog

Red caecilian

Ruthven's frog

Seychelles frog

South American bullfrog

Surinam horned frog

Tusked frog

Wilhelm rainforest frog

RIVER AND STREAM

Ailao moustache toad

Annam broad-headed toad

Asian horned frog

Brown frog

Bullfrog

Cascade torrent salamander

Cayenne caecilian

Ceylon caecilian

Coastal giant salamander

Common plantanna (African clawed frog)

Darwin's frog

Dusky salamander

Eungella torrent frog

Fire-bellied toad

Goliath frog

Green treefrog

Hairy frog

Harlequin frog

Hellbender

Hokkaido salamander

Japanese clawed salamander

La Palma glass frog

Lesser siren

Long-fingered slender toad

Lynch's Cochran frog

Marbled caecilian

Midwife toad

Mudpuppy

Natal ghost frog

Nilgiri tropical frog

Olm

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Pacific giant glass frog

Painted frog

Painted reed frog

Paradox frog

Phantasmal poison frog

Philippine barbourula

Pyburn's pancake frog

Rock River frog

Rocky Mountain tailed frog

Ruthven's frog

Schmidt's lazy toad

Semirechensk salamander

South American bullfrog

Surinam toad

Texas blind salamander

Three-toed amphiuma

Tropical clawed frog

Two-lined salamander

Yellow-bellied toad

WETLAND

Banded rubber frog

Bubbling kassina

Budgett's frog

Brown frog

Bullfrog

Ceylon caecilian

Common plantanna (African clawed frog)

Darwin's frog

Eastern narrow-mouthed toad

Fire-bellied toad

Free Madagascar frog

Green treefrog

Kinugasa flying frog

Kirk's caecilian

Lesser siren

Malaysian painted frog

Marbled snout-burrower

Marine toad

Micro frog

Mocquard's rain frog

Northern spadefoot toad

Oriental fire-bellied toad

Painted frog

Painted reed frog

Paradox frog

Perez's snouted frog

Pointed-tongue floating frog

Riobamba marsupial frog

Ruthven's frog

Schmidt's lazy toad

Semirechensk salamander

Surinam horned frog

Surinam toad

Three-toed amphiuma

Yellow-bellied toad

Yucatecan shovel-headed treefrog

Water-holding frog

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almost 2 years ago

There are alot of Amphibians out thier i mean dude.