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Bufonidae - True Toads

American Toad


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 Kingdom: Animalia
 Phylum: Chordata
 Subphylum: Vertebrata
 Class: Amphibia
 Order: Anura 
 Family: Bufonidae
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American Toad

The species in this family have warty skin, plump bodies, short legs, and parotid glands on the side of their heads. The parotid glands secrete a poison that can repel, or even kill predators.

True toads have no teeth or breastbone. Some people think that if you touch a toad you will get warts. That is not true. Most species in this family are dull in color and live on the land. They range in size from one inch to eight inches in length.

There are over 500 species in this family and they are found all over the world, except for in Australia and its surrounding islands.

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World Status Key
Least ConcernLeast Concern Near ThreatenedNear Threatened VulnerableVulnerableEndangeredEndangered Critically EndangeredCritically Endangeredextinct in the wildExtinct in the Wild extinctExtinct
Status and range is taken from ICUN Redlist. If no status is listed, there is not enough data to establish status.

US Status Key
Threatened in US Threatened in US Threatened in New Hampshire Threatened in NH Endangered in US Endangered in US Endangered in NH Endangered in NH Introduced Introduced
Status taken from US Fish and Wildlife and NH Fish and Game

Location
Africa Africa Asia Asia Australia Australia/Oceania Europe Europe North America North AmericaSouth America South America New Hampshire Species NH More Info Click for More Info picture Click for Image

  New Hampshire Species
 
   North/Central American Species

American Toad - Anaxyrus americanus Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species image More Info
Fowler's Toad - Anaxyrus fowleri Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species image More Info

  Incilius cycladen Vulnerable North America
Incilius fastidiosus Critically Endangered North America
Jeweled Toad - Incilius gemmifer Endangered North America
Holdridge's Toad - Incilius holdridgei extinct North America
Southern Round-Gland Toad - Incilius ibarrai Endangered North America More Info
Incilius intermedius North America
Incilius leucomyos Endangered North America
Incilius luetkenii Least Concern North America
Incilius macrocristatus Vulnerable North America
Incilius marmoreus Least Concern North America
Incilius mazatlanensis Least Concern North America
Incilius melanochlorus Least Concern North America
Coastal Plain Toad- Incilius nebulifer Least Concern North America picture
Pine Toad - Incilius occidentalis Least Concern North America
Golden Toad - Incilius periglenes extinct North America picture More Info
Incilius peripatetes Critically Endangered North America
Confusing Toad - Incilius perplexus Endangered North America More Info
Incilius pisinnus North America
Incilius porteri North America picture
Incilius signifer Least Concern North America
Incilius spiculatus Endangered North America
Chimalapa Toad - Incilius tutelariusEndangered North America More Info
Volcan Tacana Toad - Incilius tacanensis Endangered North America More Info
Incilius valliceps Least Concern North America picture
Cuban Pine Toad - Peltophryne cataulaciceps Endangered North America More Info
Cuban Small-eared Toad - Peltophryne empusa Vulnerable North America picture More Info
Peltophryne florentinoi Critically Endangered North America
Hispaniolan Crestless Toad - Peltophryne fluviatica Critically Endangered North America
Eastern Crested Toad - Peltophryne fracta Endangered North America
Western Giant Toad - Peltophryne fustiger Least Concern North America
Southern Crested Toad - Peltophryne guentheri Vulnerable North America More Info
Cuban High-crested Toad - Peltophryne gundlachi Vulnerable North America More Info
Puerto Rican Crested Toad - Peltophryne lemur Critically Endangered North America image More Info
Cuban Long-nosed Toad - Peltophryne longinasus Endangered North America More Info
Sapo Timbalero - Peltophryne peltocephala Least Concern North America image
Cuban Spotted Toad - Peltophryne taladai Vulnerable North America image More Info
Rhaebo haematiticus Least Concern North America South America image
Rhinella acrolopha North America South America
Sapo Cabeciagudo - Rhinella acutirostris Least Concern North America South America
Sapito Granuloso De Beebe - Rhinella beebei Least Concern North America South America
Rhinella chrysophora Endangered North America
Rhinella granulosa Least Concern North America South America image
South American Common Toad-Rhinella margaritiferaLeast ConcernNorth America South America image
Cane Toad - Rhinella marina Least Concern Australia North America South America image More Info
   North/Central American Species
 

Wyoming Toad - Anaxyrus baxteri extinct in the wild Endangered in US North America image More Info
Western Toad - Anaxyrus boreas Near Threatened North America image More Info
Arroyo Toad - Anaxyrus californicus Endangered Endangered in US North America image More Info
Yosemite Toad - Anaxyrus canorus Endangered North America image More Info
Great Plains Toad - Anaxyrus cognatus Least Concern North America image More Info
Anaxyrus compactilis Least Concern North America More Info
Western Green Toad- Anaxyrus debilis Least Concern North America image More Info
Black Toad - Anaxyrus exsul Vulnerable North America image More Info
Canadian Toad - Anaxyrus hemiophrys Least Concern North America image More Info
Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis Endangered Endangered in US North America image More Info
Little Mexican Toad - Anaxyrus kelloggi Least Concern North America More Info
Southwestern Toad - Anaxyrus mexicanus Near Threatened North America More Info
Arizona Toad - Anaxyrus microscaphus Least Concern North America More Info
Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni Endangered North America More Info
Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus Least Concern North America image More Info
Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus Least Concern North America image More Info
Sonoran Green Toad - Anaxyrus retiformis Least Concern North America More Info
Texas Toad - Anaxyrus speciosus Least Concern North America image
Southern Toad - Anaxyrus terrestris Least Concern North America image More Info
Woodhouse's Toad - Anaxyrus woodhousii Least Concern North America image More Info
Toad -Mountain Harlequin Frog - Atelopus certus Endangered North America image More Info
Chiriqui Harlequin Frog - Atelopus chiriquiensis Critically Endangered North America More Info
Pirre Mountain Frog - Atelopus glyphus Critically Endangered North America South America image More Info
Sapo Limosa - Atelopus limosus Endangered North America image
Pass Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus senex Critically Endangered North America More Info
Veragoa Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus varius Critically Endangered North America image More Info
Golden Arrow Poison Frog - Atelopus zeteki Critically Endangered North America image More Info
Crepidophryne chompipe Vulnerable North America
Crepidophryne epiotica Least Concern North America
Crepidophryne guanacaste North America
Colorado River Toad - Incilius alvarius Least Concern North America picture More Info
Incilius aucoinae Least Concern North America
Incilius bocourti Least Concern North America
Incilius campbelli Near Threatened North America
Incilius canaliferus Least Concern North America picture
Mountain Toad - Incilius cavifrons Endangered North America
Incilius coccifer Least Concern North America picture
Green Climbing Toad - Incilius coniferus Least Concern North America South America picture
Large-crested Toad - Incilius cristatus Critically Endangered North America

 
Species Around the World

 

Adenomus dasi Critically Endangered Asia More Info
Adenomus kandianus extinct Asia
Kelaart’s Dwarf Toad - Adenomus kelaartii Endangered Asia More Info
Malcolm’s Ethiopia Toad - Altiphrynoides malcolmi Endangered Africa More Info
Osgood’s Ethiopian Toad - Spinophrynoides osgoodi Vulnerable Africa More Info
Asmara Toad - Amietophrynus asmarae Least Concern Africa
Blanford's Toad - Amietophrynus blanfordii Least Concern Africa More Info
Braun's Toad - Amietophrynus brauni Endangered Africa More Info
Amietophrynus buchneri Africa image
Amietophrynus camerunensis Least Concern Africa More Info
Amietophrynus chudeaui Africa
Amietophrynus cristiglans Africa
Amietophrynus danielae Africa
Amietophrynus djohongensis Endangered Africa
Amietophrynus fuliginatus Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus funereus Least Concern Africa
Garman's Toad - Amietophrynus garmani Least Concern Africa More Info
Amietophrynus gracilipes Least Concern Africa More Info
African Common Toad - Amietophrynus gutturalis Least Concern Africa image More Info
Nile Delta Toad - Amietophrynus kassasii Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus kerinyagae Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus kisoloensis Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus langanoensis Africa
Amietophrynus latifrons Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus lemairii Least Concern Africa
Hallowell's Toad - Amietophrynus maculatus Least Concern Africa image More Info
Western Leopard Toad - Amietophrynus pantherinus Endangered Africa image More Info
Eastern Leopard Toad - Amietophrynus pardalis Least Concern Africa
Nigerian Toad - Bufo perreti Vulnerable Africa More Info
Common Lowveld Toad -   Amietophrynus poweri Least Concern Africa image More Info
Ranger's Toad - Amietophrynus rangeri Least Concern Africa image More Info
Amietophrynus reesi Africa
African Common Toad - Amietophrynus regularis Least Concern Africa image
Amietophrynus steindachneri Least Concern Africa
African Giant Toad - Amietophrynus superciliaris Least Concern Africa image More Info
Amietophrynus taiensis Critically Endangered Africa
Togo Toad - Amietophrynus togoensis Near Threatened Africa More Info
Amietophrynus tuberosus Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus turkanae Africa
Amietophrynus urunguensis Africa
Amietophrynus villiersi Endangered Africa
Amietophrynus vittatus Africa
Subdesert Toad - Amietophrynus xeros Least Concern Africa

Andinophryne atelopoides South America
Andinophryne colomai Critically Endangered South America
Andinophryne olallai South America
Ansonia albomaculata Near Threatened Asia
Ansonia endauensis Asia
Ansonia fuliginea Vulnerable Asia
Ansonia glandulosa Asia
Mesilau Stream Toad - Ansonia guibei Endangered Asia More Info
Kadamaian Stream Toad - Ansonia hanitschi Near Threatened Asia image More Info
Ansonia inthanon Asia
Jeet Sukumaran's Torrent-Dwelling Toad-Ansonia jeetsukumaraniAsia
Ansonia kraensis Asia
Ansonia latidisca Endangered Asia
Latiff's Torrent-Dwelling Toad - Ansonia latiffi Asia
Ansonia latirostra Asia
Long-Fingered Slender Toad - Ansonia longidigita Near Threatened Asia More Info
Ansonia malayana Least Concern Asia
Ansonia mcgregori Vulnerable Asia
Ansonia minuta Near Threatened Asia
Muller's Toad - Ansonia muelleri Vulnerable Asia More Info
Luidan Stream Toad - Ansonia platysoma Endangered Asia More Info
Ansonia siamensis Vulnerable Asia
Spiny Slender Toad - Ansonia spinulifer Near Threatened Asia More Info
Pulo Tioman Stream Toad - Ansonia tiomanica Vulnerable Asia More Info
Ansonia torrentis Vulnerable Asia
Atelopus andinus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus angelito Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus arsyecue Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus arthuri Critically Endangered South America
Rio Pescado Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus balios Critically Endangered South America More Info
Azuay Stubfoot Toad -Atelopus bomolochos Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus boulengeri Critically Endangered South America
Rio Carauta Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus carauta Critically Endangered South America
Venezuelan Yellow Frog - Atelopus carbonerensis Critically Endangered South America
Guajira Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus carrikeri Critically Endangered South America image More Info
Atelopus chocoensis Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus chrysocorallus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus coynei Critically Endangered South America
Rancho Grande Harlequin Frog - Atelopus cruciger Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus dimorphus Endangered South America
Huila Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus ebenoides Critically Endangered South America More Info
Rana Jambato Del Pacífico - Atelopus elegans Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus epikeisthos Critically Endangered South America
Harlequin Frog - Atelopus erythropus Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus eusebianus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus exiguus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus famelicus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus farci Critically Endangered South America
Cayenne Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus flavescens Vulnerable South America image More Info
Central Coast Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus franciscus Vulnerable South America image More Info
Atelopus galactogaster Critically Endangered South America
Guanujo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus guanujo Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus guitarraensis Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus halihelos Critically Endangered South America
Black Andean Toad - Atelopus ignescens extinct South America More Info
Atelopus laetissimus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus longibrachius Endangered South America
Longnose Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus longirostris extinct South America More Info
Atelopus lozanoi Critically Endangered South America
Lynch's Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus lynchi Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus mandingues Critically Endangered South America
Mindo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus mindoensis Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus minutulus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus mittermeieri Endangered South America
Atelopus monohernandezii Critically Endangered South America
Mucubaji Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus mucubajiensis Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus muisca Critically Endangered South America
Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus nahumae Critically Endangered South America image More Info
Atelopus nanay Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus nepiozomus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus nicefori Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus onorei Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus oxapampae Endangered South America
Red -Nosed Stub-Footed Toad - Atelopus oxyrhynchus Critically Endangered South America More Info
Schmidt's Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus pachydermus Critically Endangered South America More Info
Harlequin Frog - Atelopus patazensis Critically Endangered South America image
Atelopus palmatus South America
Atelopus pedimarmoratus Critically Endangered South America
Peru Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus peruensis Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus petersi Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus petriruizi Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus pictiventris Critically Endangered South America
Green And Red Venter Harlequin Toad - Atelopus pinangoi Critically Endangered South America
Napo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus planispina Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus pulcher Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus pyrodactylus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus quimbaya Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus reticulatus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus sanjosei South America
Upper Amazon Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus seminiferus Critically Endangered South America More Info
Atelopus sernai Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus simulatus Critically Endangered South America
Atelopus siranus South America
Atelopus sonsonensis Critically Endangered South America
Cloud Forest Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus sorianoi Critically Endangered South America More Info
Pebas Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus spumarius Vulnerable South America image More Info
Atelopus spurrelli Vulnerable South America image
Atelopus subornatus Critically Endangered South America
Tamá Harlequin Frog - Atelopus tamaense Critically Endangered South America
Three-colored Harlequin Toad - Atelopus tricolor Vulnerable South America More Info
Atelopus vogli extinct South America
Atelopus walkeri Critically Endangered South America
Ailao Toad - Bufo ailaoanus Asia
Bufo andrewsi Least Concern Asia
Bufo aspinius Asia
Taiwan Common Toad - Bufo bankorensis Least Concern Asia picture
Common Toad - Bufo bufo Least Concern Africa Asia Europe picture More Info
Bufo cryptotympanicus Near Threatened Asia
Zhoushan Toad - Bufo gargarizans Least Concern Asia picture
Japanese Common Toad - Bufo japonicus Least Concern Asia picture
Bufo kabischi Asia
Mauritanian Toad - Bufo mauritanicus Least Concern Africa Europe picture
Bufo minshanicus Least Concern Asia
Bufo pageoti Near Threatened Asia
Bufo pentoni Least Concern Africa
Bufo stejnegeri Least Concern Asia
Tibetan Toad - Bufo tibetanus Least Concern Asia
Bufo tihamicus Least Concern Asia
Japanese Stream Toad - Bufo torrenticola Least Concern Asia picture
Bufo tuberculatus Near Threatened Asia
Caucasian Toad - Bufo verrucosissimus Near Threatened Asia picture More Info
Bufo wolongensis Asia
Bufoides meghalayanus Endangered Asia
Rose's Mountain Toad - Capensibufo rosei Vulnerable Africa More Info
Tradouw's Mountain Toad - Capensibufo tradouwi Least Concern Africa
Tree Toad - Churamiti maridadi Critically Endangered Africa More Info
Dendrophryniscus berthalutzae Least Concern South America
Dendrophryniscus bokermanni Least Concern South America
Dendrophryniscus brevipollicatus Least Concern South America
Carvalho's Tree Toad - Dendrophryniscus carvalhoi Endangered South America More Info
Dendrophryniscus krausae South America
Dendrophryniscus leucomystax Least Concern South America
Dendrophryniscus minutus Least Concern South America
Dendrophryniscus stawiarskyi South America
Four-Digit Toad - Didynamipus sjostedti Endangered Africa picture More Info
Arabian Toad - Bufo arabicus Least Concern Asia image More Info
Yala Toad - Duttaphrynus atukoralei Least Concern Asia More Info
Beddome’s Toad - Bufo beddomii Endangered Asia picture More Info
Short-nosed Toad - Duttaphrynus brevirostris Asia
Duttaphrynus crocus Asia
Dhofar Toad - Bufo dhufarensis Least Concern Asia More Info
Dodson's Toad - Duttaphrynus dodsoni Least Concern Africa More Info
Himalayan Toad - Duttaphrynus himalayanus Least Concern Asia
Duttaphrynus hololius Asia
Kotagama’s Dwarf Toad - Bufo kotagamai Endangered Asia More Info
Black-spectacled Toad - Duttaphrynus melanostictus Least Concern Asia Australia picture More Info
Small-Eared Toad - Duttaphrynus microtympanum Vulnerable Asia More Info
Noellert’s Toad - Duttaphrynus noellerti Endangered Asia More Info
Olive Toad - Duttaphrynus olivaceus Least Concern Asia picture
Indian Toad - Duttaphrynus parietalis Near Threatened Asia picture
Ferguson's Toad - Duttaphrynus scaber Least Concern Asia picture
Duttaphrynus scorteccii Vulnerable Asia
Silent Valley Toad - Duttaphrynus silentvalleyensis Asia
Indus Valley Toad - Duttaphrynus stomaticus Least Concern Asia
Duttaphrynus stuarti Asia
Duttaphrynus sumatranus Critically Endangered Asia
Duttaphrynus valhallae Asia
Natterjack Toad - Epidalea calamita Least Concern Asia Europe picture More Info
Frostius erythrophthalmus South America
Frostius pernambucensis Least Concern South America
Black Torrent Toad - Ghatophryne ornata Endangered Asia picture More Info
Ghatophryne rubigina Vulnerable Asia
Double Crested Toad - Ingerophrynus biporcatus Least Concern Asia picture
Sulawesian Toad - Ingerophrynus celebensis Least Concern Asia
Ingerophrynus claviger Endangered Asia
Ingerophrynus divergens Least Concern Asia
Bony-headed Toad - Ingerophrynus galeatus Least Concern Asia
Ingerophrynus gollum Asia
Ingerophrynus kumquat Endangered Asia
Ingerophrynus macrotis Least Concern Asia
Ingerophrynus parvus Least Concern Asia
Philippine Toad - Ingerophrynus philippinicus Least Concern Asia
Four-ridged Toad - Ingerophrynus quadriporcatus Least Concern Asia picture
Laurentophryne parkeri Africa
Hourglass Toad - Leptophryne borbonica Least Concern Asia
 

Bleeding Toad - Leptophryne cruentata Critically Endangered Asia More Info
Melanophryniscus admirabilis Near Threatened South America
Melanophryniscus alipioi South America
Melanophryniscus atroluteus Least Concern South America
Brazilian Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus cambaraensis South America More Info
Melanophryniscus cupreuscapularis Near Threatened South America
Rivera Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus devincenzii Endangered South America More Info
Red -Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus dorsalis Vulnerable South America More Info picture
Melanophryniscus fulvoguttatus Least Concern South America
Melanophryniscus klappenbachi Least Concern South America
Melanophryniscus krauczuki South America
Melanophryniscus langonei Critically Endangered South America
Torres Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus macrogranulosus Vulnerable South America More Info
Montevideo Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus montevidensis Vulnerable South America More Info
Melanophryniscus moreirae Near Threatened South America
Melanophryniscus orejasmirandai Vulnerable South America
Melanophryniscus pachyrhynus South America
Melanophryniscus rubriventris Least Concern South America
Melanophryniscus sanmartini Near Threatened South America
Melanophryniscus simplex South America
Melanophryniscus spectabilis South America
Melanophryniscus stelzneri Least Concern South America picture
Sapito De Colores - Melanophryniscus tumifrons Least Concern South America
Chirinda Toad - Mertensophryne anotis Endangered Africa More Info
Mertensophryne howelli Endangered Africa
Mertensophryne lindneri Least Concern Africa
Mertensophryne lonnbergi Near Threatened Africa
Mertensophryne loveridgei Least Concern Africa
Mertensophryne melanopleura Least Concern Africa
Mertensophryne micranotis Least Concern Africa
Mertensophryne mocquardi Africa
Mertensophryne nairobiensis Africa
Mertensophryne nyikae Vulnerable Africa
Mertensophryne schmidti Africa
Mertensophryne taitana Least Concern Africa
Mertensophryne usambarae Endangered Africa
Uzungwe Toad - Bufo uzunguensis Vulnerable Africa More Info
Sapito Rugoso Del Marahuaka-Metaphryniscus sosaiVulnerableSouth America
Nannophryne apolobambica South America
Nannophryne cophotis Least Concern South America
Abra Malaga Toad - Nannophryne corynetes Vulnerable South America More Info
Sapito De Tres Rayas - Nannophryne variegata Least Concern South America
African Tree Toad - Nectophryne afra Least Concern Africa
Bates' Tree Toad - Nectophryne batesii Least Concern Africa
Kihansi Spray Toad - Nectophrynoides asperginis extinct in the wild Africa More Info
Nectophrynoides cryptus Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides frontierei Africa
Nectophrynoides laevis Africa
Nectophrynoides laticeps Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides minutus Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides paulae Critically Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides poyntoni Critically Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides pseudotornieri Endangered Africa
Nectophrynoides tornieri Least Concern Africa
Nectophrynoides vestergaardi Endangered Africa
Morogoro Tree Toad - Nectophrynoides viviparus Vulnerable Africa More Info
Uzungwe Scarp Tree Toad - Nectophrynoides wendyae Critically Endangered Africa More Info
Nimbaphrynoides liberiensis Critically Endangered Africa
Western Nimba Toad - Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis Critically Endangered Africa More Info
Sapito Rugoso Del Auyan Tepui - Oreophrynella cryptica Vulnerable South America
Oreophrynella dendronastes South America
Sapito Rugoso Del Sol - Oreophrynella huberi Vulnerable South America
Sapito Rugoso Del Mcconnell - Oreophrynella macconnelli Vulnerable South America
Venezuela Pebble Toad - Oreophrynella nigra Vulnerable South America picture More Info
Roraima Bush Toad - Oreophrynella quelchii Vulnerable South America picture More Info
Sapito Rugoso Del Ilu - Oreophrynella vasquezi Vulnerable South America
Oreophrynella weiassipuensis South America
Napo Plump Toad - Osornophryne antisana Endangered South America More Info
Osornophryne bufoniformis Near Threatened South America
Guacamayo Plump Toad - Osornophryne guacamayo Endangered South America
Herveo Plump Toad - Osornophryne percrassa Endangered South America More Info
Osornophryne sumacoensis Vulnerable South America
Cannatella's Plump Toad - Osornophryne talipes Endangered South America More Info
Hainan Flathead Toad - Parapelophryne scalpta Endangered Asia More Info
Pedostibes everetti Asia
Yellow-Spotted Climbing Toad - Pedostibes hosii Least Concern Asia picture
Pedostibes kempi Asia
Marbled Tree Toad - Pedostibes rugosus Near Threatened Asia More Info
Warty Asian Tree Toad - Pedostibes tuberculosus Endangered Asia picture More Info
Pelophryne albotaeniata Endangered Asia
Api Dwarf Toad - Pelophryne api Endangered Asia More Info
Pelophryne brevipes Least Concern Asia
Pelophryne guentheri Vulnerable Asia
Pelophryne lighti Vulnerable Asia
Pelophryne linanitensis Critically Endangered Asia
Pelophryne macrotis Asia
Black Flathead Toad - Pelophryne misera Vulnerable Asia picture More Info
Pelophryne murudensis Critically Endangered Asia
Pelophryne rhopophilia Vulnerable Asia
Saint Andrew's Cross Toadlet - Pelophryne signata Near Threatened Asia More Info
Asian Giant Toad - Phrynoidis aspera Least Concern Asia image
Borneo River Toad - Phrynoidis juxtaspera Least Concern Asia image
Beira Toad - Poyntonophrynus beiranus Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus damaranus Africa
Dombe Toad - Poyntonophrynus dombensis Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus fenoulheti Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus grandisonae Africa
Poyntonophrynus hoeschi Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus kavangensis Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus lughensis Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus parkeri Least Concern Africa
Poyntonophrynus vertebralis Least Concern Africa
Pseudepidalea balearica Least Concern Europe image
Pseudepidalea boulengeri Least Concern Africa Europe image
Brongersma's Toad - Pseudepidalea brongersmai Near Threatened Africa image More Info
Pseudepidalea latastii Least Concern Asia
Pseudepidalea luristanica Least Concern Asia
Pseudepidalea oblonga Least Concern Asia
Pseudepidalea pseudoraddei Least Concern Asia
Mongolian Toad - Pseudepidalea raddei Least Concern Asia
Sicilian Green Toad - Pseudepidalea sicula Least Concern Europe image
Iranian Earless Toad - Pseudepidalea surda Least Concern Asia image
Pseudepidalea turanensis Least Concern Asia
Pseudepidalea variabilis AsiaEurope
Green Toad - Pseudepidalea viridis Least Concern Asia Europe image More Info
Pseudepidalea zamdaensis Asia
Pseudepidalea zugmayeri Least Concern Asia
Pseudobufo subasper Least Concern Asia
Rhaebo anderssoni Least Concern South America
Sapo Gigante De Blomberg - Rhaebo blombergi Near Threatened South America
Rhaebo caeruleostictus Endangered South America
Rhaebo glaberrimus Least Concern South America
Sapo Dorado - Rhaebo guttatus Least Concern South America image
Rhaebo hypomelas Near Threatened South America
Rhaebo lynchi South America
Sapo Narigudo - Rhaebo nasicus Least Concern South America
Rhinella abei Least Concern South America image
Sapito Achaleño - Rhinella achalensis Near Threatened South America
Rhinella achavali Least Concern South America image
Rhinella alata South America
Rhinella amabilis Critically Endangered South America
Rhinella amboroensis South America
Rhinella arborescandens South America
Argentine Common Toad - Rhinella arenarum Least Concern South America image
Rhinella arunco Least Concern South America image
Rhinella atacamensis Least Concern South America
Rhinella bergi Least Concern South America
Rhinella boulengeri South America
Rhinella castaneotica Least Concern South America
Sapo Cornudo - Rhinella ceratophrys Least Concern South America
Rhinella cerradensis South America
Rhinella chavin Critically Endangered South America
Rhinella cristinae South America
Rhinella crucifer Least Concern South America image
Rhinella dapsilis Least Concern South America
Rhinella diptycha South America
Sapito Jardín - Rhinella dorbignyi Least Concern South America
Sapito De Panza Amarilla - Rhinella fernandezae Least Concern South America image
Rhinella festae Near Threatened South America
Carabaya Toad - Rhinella fissipes Least Concern South America
Rhinella gallardoi Endangered South America
Rhinella gnustae South America
Rhinella henseli Least Concern South America
Rhinella hoogmoedi Least Concern South America image
Yellow Cururu Toad - Rhinella icterica Least Concern South America image
Rhinella inca Least Concern South America
Rio Perene Toad - Rhinella iserni South America
Rhinella jimi Least Concern South America
El Chape Toad - Rhinella justinianoi Vulnerable South America More Info
Rhinella lescurei South America
Rhinella limensis Least Concern South America
Rhinella lindae South America
Rhinella macrorhina Endangered South America
Rhinella magnussoni Least Concern South America
Rhinella manu Vulnerable South America
Rhinella martyi Least Concern South America
Rhinella multiverrucosa South America
Rhinella nesiotes Endangered South America
Rhinella nicefori Endangered South America
Rhinella ocellata Least Concern South America
Ornate Forest Toad - Rhinella ornata Least Concern South America image
Rhinella poeppigii Least Concern South America
Rhinella pombali Least Concern South America
Rhinella proboscidea Least Concern South America image
Rhinella pygmaea Least Concern South America
Incachaca Toad - Bufo quechua Vulnerable South America More Info
Rhinella roqueana Least Concern South America
Rhinella rostrata Critically Endangered South America
Rhinella rubescens Least Concern South America image
Red-Spotted Toad - Rhinella rubropunctata Vulnerable South America More Info
Rhinella ruizi South America
Salta Toad - Rhinella rumbolli Vulnerable South America More Info
Cururu Toad - Rhinella schneideri Least Concern South America image More Info
Rhinella scitula South America image
Rhinella sclerocephala Endangered South America
Rhinella sima South America
Rhinella spinulosa Least Concern South America
Rhinella stanlaii Least Concern South America
Falcon Toad - Rhinella sternosignata Near Threatened South America More Info
Rhinella tacana South America
Rhinella tenrec South America
Rhinella truebae South America
Alto Marañon Toad - Rhinella vellardi South America
Rhinella veraguensis Least Concern South America
Rhinella veredas Least Concern South America
Rhinella yanachaga Vulnerable South America
African Split-skin Toad - Schismaderma carens Least Concern Africa image
Truebella skoptes South America
Truebella tothastes South America
Amatola Toad - Vandijkophrynus amatolicus Critically Endangered Africa More Info
Sand Toad - Vandijkophrynus angusticeps Least Concern Africa
Karoo Toad - Vandijkophrynus gariepensis Least Concern Africa
Inyanga Toad - Vandijkophrynus inyangae Endangered Africa
Paradise Toad - Vandijkophrynus robinsoni Least Concern Africa
Werneria bambutensis Endangered Africa
Werneria iboundji Critically Endangered Africa
Mertens’ Smalltongue Toad - Werneria mertensiana Endangered Africa More Info
Werneria preussi Endangered Africa
Werneria submontana Endangered Africa
Werneria tandyi Endangered Africa
Wolterstorffina chirioi Critically Endangered Africa
Wolterstorffina mirei Endangered Africa
Cameroon Wolterstorff Toad - Wolterstorffina parvipalmata Vulnerable Africa More Info
Koyna Toad - Xanthophryne koynayensis Endangered Asia More Info
Amboli Toad - Xanthophryne tigerina Critically Endangered Asia More Info

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Adenomus dasi profile Photos Critically Endangered Asia
Adenomus dasi is found  in only one location in Sri Lanka.
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Adenomus dasi Photos Critically Endangered Asia
Adenomus dasi is threatened by water pollution from nearby tea plantations.
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Kelaart’s Dwarf Toad - Adenomus kelaartii Photos Endangered Asia
Kelaart's dwarf toad is found in Sri Lanka.
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Kelaart’s Dwarf Toad - Adenomus kelaartii profile Photos Endangered Asia
Kelaart's dwarf toad is found in wet tropical forests.
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Blanford's Toad - Amietophrynus blanfordii profile Photos Least Concern Africa
Blanford's toad is found in Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia.
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Braun’s Toad - Amietophrynus brauni Photos Endangered Africa
Braun's toad is found in Tanzania.
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Braun’s Toad - Amietophrynus brauni profile Photos Endangered Africa
Braun's toad is found in the leaf-litter on the forest floor.
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Braun’s Toad - Amietophrynus brauni profile Photos Endangered Africa
Female Braun's toads are 3-4 inches in length. Males are around 2.5 inches in length.
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Amietophrynus camerunensis profile Photos Audio Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus camerunensis is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Nigeria.
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Garman's Toad - Amietophrynus garmani profile Photos Least Concern Africa
Garman's toad is found in Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Somalia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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Amietophrynus gracilipes profile Photos Least Concern Africa
Amietophrynus gracilipes is found in Cameroon, Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Nigeria.
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African Common Toad - Amietophrynus gutturalis profile Photos Least Concern Africa
The African common toad is found in Angola, Botswana, Congo, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Somalia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Source: African Amphibians Lifedesk Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Hallowell's Toad - Amietophrynus maculatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern Africa
Hallowell's toad is found in Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
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Western Leopard Toad - Amietophrynus pantherinus profile Photos Endangered Africa
The western leopard toad is found in a very small region in the Western Cape Province in South Africa.
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Western Leopard Toad - Amietophrynus pantherinus Photos Endangered Africa
The western leopard toad is also known as the anther toad and the Cape toad.
Source: African Amphibians Lifedesk Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Common Lowveld Toad - Amietophrynus poweri profile Photos Least Concern Africa
The common Lowveld toad is found in Angola, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa.
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Ranger's Toad - Amietophrynus rangeri profile profile Least Concern Africa
Ranger's toad is found in Lesotho, South Africa, and Swaziland.
Source: African Amphibians Lifedesk Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section:No

African Giant Toad - Amietophrynus superciliaris Photos Least Concern Africa
The African giant toad is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Liberia, and Nigeria.
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Togo Toad - Amietophrynus togoensis Photos Near Threatened Africa
The Togo toad is found in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Togo.
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Abra Malaga Toad - Nannophryne corynetes Photos Vulnerable South America
The Abra Malaga toad is found in Peru.
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Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni Photos Endangered North America
The Amargosa toad is found in the Amargosa River and its tibutaries in southern Nevada.
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Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni profile Photos Endangered North America
Female Amargosa toads are larger than males.
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Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni profile Photos Audio Endangered North America
The Amargosa toad is threatened by habitat loss and non-native predators like the bullfrog and the crayfish.
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Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni profile Photos Endangered North America
The Amargosa toad is silent unless it is picked up. It then lets out a release call.
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Amargosa Toad - Anaxyrus nelsoni Photos Audio Endangered North America
The Amargosa toad's release call is a sharp series of chirps.
Source: Western Soundscape Archive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Amatola Toad - Vandijkophrynus amatolicus Photos Critically Endangered Africa
The Amatola toad is found in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
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Amatola Toad - Vandijkophrynus amatolicus profile Photos Critically Endangered Africa
The last sighting of a Amatola toad was in 2011. Prior to that it hadn't been seen since 1998.
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Amboli Toad - Xanthophryne tigerina Critically Endangered Asia
The Amboli toad is found in India.
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American Toad - Anaxyrus americanus profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The American toad is found  in most areas of eastern Canada and the United States. In Canada, it is found from southeast Manitoba to Labrador. In the United States, it is found from Minnesota east to New England and south to northeastern Louisiana, western Mississippi, northern Alabama and Georgia, and western North and South Carolina.
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American Toad - Anaxyrus americanus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The American toad is found is sometimes called the hop toad.
Source: Animal diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Api Dwarf Toad - Pelophryne api profile Photos Endangered Asia
The Api dwarf toad is found in Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Arabian Toad - Bufo arabicus Photos Least Concern Asia
The Arabian toad is found in Oman, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Arizona Toad - Anaxyrus microscaphus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Arizona toad is found in Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.
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Arizona Toad - Anaxyrus microscaphus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Arizona toad is largely nocturnal. It spends the day burrowed in the ground.
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Arizona Toad - Anaxyrus microscaphus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Arizona toad is aound three inches in length.
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Arroyo Toad - Anaxyrus californicus Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
The arroyo toad is found in southern California and Baja California, Mexico.
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Arroyo Toad - Anaxyrus californicus profile Photos Audio Endangered Endangered in US North America
The arroyo toad is nocturnal. It spends the day underground.
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Arroyo Toad - Anaxyrus californicus profile Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
The arroyo toad is 2-3 inches in length.
Source: San Diego Natural History Museum Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Azuay Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus bomolochos Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Azuay stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Beddome’s Toad - Bufo beddomii Photos Endangered Asia
Beddome’s toad is found in India.
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Black Andean Toad - Atelopus ignescens Photos extinct South America
The black Andean toad was found in the northern Andes in Ecuador.
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Black Andean Toad - Atelopus ignescensprofile Photos extinct South America
The black Andean toad was last seen in the wild in 1988.
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Black Flathead Toad - Pelophryne misera Photos Vulnerable Asia
The black flathead toad is found in Malaysia.
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Black-spectacled Toad - Duttaphrynus melanostictus profile Photos Least Concern Asia Australia
The black-spectacled toad is found in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Black Toad - Anaxyrus exsul Photos Vulnerable North America
The black toad is only found in Deep Springs Valley in Inyo County in California.
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Black Toad - Anaxyrus exsul profile Photos Audio Vulnerable North America
The black toad is 1.75-3 inches in length.
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Black Toad - Anaxyrus exsul profile Photos Audio Vulnerable North America
The black toad does not have a vocal sac.
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Black Torrent Toad - Ghatophryne ornata Photos Endangered Asia
The black torrent toad is found in India.
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Black Torrent Toad - Ghatophryne ornata profile Photos Endangered Asia
The black torrent toad is only a little over an inch in length.
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Bleeding Toad - Leptophryne cruentata Photos Critically Endangered Asia
The bleeding toad is found in West Java, Indonesia.
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Bleeding Toad - Leptophryne cruentata profile Photos Critically Endangered Asia
The bleeding toad gets its name for the blood-red specks on its body.
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Brazilian Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus cambaraensis Photos South America
The Brazilian red-belly toad is found in Brazil.
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Brongersma's Toad - Pseudepidalea brongersmai Photos Near Threatened Africa
Brongersma's toad is found in Algeria, Morocco, and Western Sahara.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cameroon Wolterstorff Toad - Wolterstorffina parvipalmata Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Cameroon Wolterstorff toad is found in Cameroon and Nigeria.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Canadian Toad - Anaxyrus hemiophrys profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Canadian toad is found from the southern Northwest Territories through Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, Canada to northern Montana, North Dakota, northeastern South Dakota, and west-central Minnesota.
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Canadian Toad - Anaxyrus hemiophrys profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Canadian toad is 2-3.5 inches in length.
Source:Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cane Toad - Rhinella marina profile Photos Least Concern Australia North America South America
The cane toad is found from Texas south to Peru. It has been introduced to Florida, Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Austrralia.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cane Toad - Rhinella marina profile Photos Least Concern Australia North America South America
The cane toad is a lage toad and can be as much as 9 inches in length.
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Cane Toad - Rhinella marina profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern Australia North America South America
The cane toad is also known as the giant marine toad.
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Cannatella's Plump Toad - Osornophryne talipes Photos Endangered South America
The Cannatella's plump toad is found in Colombia and Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Carvalho's Tree Toad - Dendrophryniscus carvalhoi profile Photos Endangered South America
Carvalho's tree toad is found in Brazil.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Caucasian Toad - Bufo verrucosissimus Photos Near Threatened Asia
The caucasian toad is found in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Russia, and Turkey.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cayenne Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus flavescens Photos Vulnerable South America
The cayenne stubfoot toad is found in French Guiana.
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Central Coast Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus franciscus Photos Vulnerable South America
The Central Coast stubfoot toad is found in French Guiana.
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Chimalapa Toad - Incilius tutelarius Photos Endangered North America
The Chimalapa toad is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
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Chimalapa Toad - Incilius tutelarius Photos Endangered North America
The Chimalapa toad is threatened by habitat loss.
Source: University of Texas at Arlington Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Chirinda Toad - Mertensophryne anotis Photos Endangered Africa
The Chirinda toad is found in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Chiriqui Harlequin Frog - Atelopus chiriquiensis Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Chiriqui harlequin frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cloud Forest Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus sorianoi Photos Critically Endangered South America
The cloud forest stubfoot toad is found in Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Colorado River Toad - Incilius alvarius profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Colorado River toad is found in Arizona, New Mexico, California, and northern Mexico.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Colorado River Toad - Incilius alvarius profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Colorado River toad is also known as the Sonoran Desert toad.
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Colorado River Toad - Incilius alvarius profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Colorado River toad is mostly nocturnal.
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Colorado River Toad - Incilius alvarius profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Adult Colorado River toads are around 7 inches in length.
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Common Toad - Bufo bufo profile Photos Video Least Concern Africa Asia Europe
The common toad is found in Africa, Europe, and Asia.
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Common Toad - Bufo bufo profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern Africa Asia Europe
The common toad can live to be 40 years old.
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Common Toad - Bufo bufo profile Photos Least Concern Africa Asia Europe
The common toad is most active at night.
Source: Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Confusing Toad - Incilius perplexus Photos Endangered North America
The confusing toad is found in Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban High-crested Toad - Peltophryne gundlachi Photos Vulnerable North America
The Cuban high-crested toad is found in Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban Long-Nosed Toad - Peltophryne longinasus Photos Endangered North America
The Cuban long-nosed toad is found in Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban Long-Nosed Toad - Peltophryne longinasus profile Photos Endangered North America
The Cuban long-nosed toad is found in woods and forests.
Source: Amphibian Rescue and Conservation Project Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Pine Toad - Peltophryne cataulaciceps Photos Endangered North America
The Cuban pine toad is found in Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban Small-Eared Toad - Peltophryne empusa Photos Vulnerable North America
The Cuban small toad is found in Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban Spotted Toad - Peltophryne taladai Photos Vulnerable North America
The Cuban spotted toad is found in Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Dhofar Toad - Bufo dhufarensis profile Photos Least Concern Asia
The Dhofar toad is found in Oman, Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Dodson's Toad - Bufo dodsoni profile Photos Least Concern Africa
Dodson's toad is found in Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Sudan.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

El Chape Toad - Rhinella justinianoi Photos Vulnerable South America
The El Chape toad is found in Bolivia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Falcon Toad - Rhinella sternosignata Photos Near Threatened South America
The falcon toad is found in Colombia and Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Four-Digit Toad - Didynamipus sjostedti Photos Endangered Africa
The four-digit toad is found in Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fowler's Toad - Anaxyrus fowleri profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Fowler's toad is found in most areas of eastern United States from southern New Hampshire south to northern Florida and west to Michigan, eastern Oklahoma, and eastern Texas. Fowler's toad is also found in Canada on the banks of the Erie. 
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Fowler's Toad - Anaxyrus fowleri profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Fowler's toad is found in open woodlands, sand prairies, meadows, and beaches.
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Golden Arrow Poison Frog - Atelopus zeteki profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
The golden arrow poison frog is found in Panama.
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Golden Arrow Poison Frog - Atelopus zeteki profile Photos Video Critically Endangered North America
The golden arrow poison frog is also known as the Panamanian golden frog.
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Golden Arrow Poison Frog - Atelopus zeteki profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
The golden arrow poison frog is found in lowland rainforests.
Source: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Golden Toad - Incilius periglenes profile Photos Video extinct North America
The golden toad was found in Costa Rica. There have been no recorded sightings of it since 1989.
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Golden Toad - Incilius periglenes profile Photos extinct North America
Male golden toads were a bright yellow-orange. Females were black with red blotches edged in yellow.
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Great Plains Toad - Anaxyrus cognatus profile Least Concern North America
The Great Plains toad is found from southwest Manitoba, Canada, to southeast Alberta, Canada and south to Texas, Utah and southeast California south into Mexico.
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Great Plains Toad - Anaxyrus cognatus profile Photos Least Concern North America
Great Plains toads live in damp areas in open grasslands and farm fields.
Source: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Great Plains Toad - Anaxyrus cognatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Female Great Plains toads are larger than males.
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Great Plains Toad - Anaxyrus cognatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Great Plains toads are 2-5 inches in length.
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Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Anaxyrus compactilis profile Photos Least Concern North America
Anaxyrus compactilis is found in Mexico.
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AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Western Green Toad - Anaxyrus debilis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Western green toads are fround from Colorado and Kansas south to Mexico.
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Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Western Green Toad - Anaxyrus debilis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Western green toads are nocturnal.
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AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Green Toad - Pseudepidalea viridis profile Photos Least Concern Asia Europe
The green toad is found across much of Europe.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Guajira Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus carrikeri Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Guajira stubfoot toad is found in Colombia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Guanujo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus guanujo Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Guanujo stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hainan Flathead Toad - Parapelophryne scalpta Photos Endangered Asia
The Hainan flathead toad is found in China.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Harlequin Frog - Atelopus erythropus Photos Critically Endangered South America
The harlequin frog is found in Peru.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Herveo Plump Toad - Osornophryne percrassa Photos Endangered South America
The Herveo plump toad is found in Colombia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
The Houston toad is found in southeastern Texas.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis profile Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
The Houston toad prefers habitats with sandy soil.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis profile Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
Habitat loss and drought threaten the Houston toad.
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis profile Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
The Houston toad is 2-3.5 inches in length.
Source: Bastorop County, Texas Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Houston Toad - Anaxyrus houstonensis profile Photos Endangered Endangered in US North America
Efforts are under way to insure the survival of the Houston toad in the wild.
Source: Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Little Mexican Toad - Anaxyrus kelloggi profile Photos Least Concern North America
The little Mexican toad is found on the Pacific coastal plains of Mexico.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Southwestern Toad - Anaxyrus mexicanus profile Near Threatened North America
The Southwestern toad is found in conifer forests in Mexico.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Huila Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus ebenoides Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Huila stubfoot toad is found in Colombia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Incachaca Toad - Bufo quechua Photos Vulnerable South America
The Incachaca toad is found in Bolivia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Kadamaian Stream Toad - Ansonia hanitschi Photos Near Threatened Asia
The Kadamaian stream toad is found in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Kihansi Spray Toad - Nectophrynoides asperginis Photos extinct in the wild Africa
The Kihansi spray toad was found in Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Kotagama’s Dwarf Toad - Bufo kotagamai Photos Endangered Asia
Kotagama’s dwarf toad is found in Sri Lanka.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Koyna Toad - Xanthophryne koynayensis Photos Endangered Asia
The Koyna toad is found in India.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Long-Fingered Slender Toad - Ansonia longidigita Photos Near Threatened Asia
The Long-fingered slender toad is found in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Longnose Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus longirostris Photos extinct South America
The longnose stubfoot frog was found in nothern Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Puerto Rican Crested Toad - Peltophryne lemurPhotos Critically Endangered North America
The Puerto Rican crested toad is found in Puerto Rico and the British Virgin Islands.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Puerto Rican Crested Toad - Peltophryne lemur profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Puerto Rican crested toad gets its name from the crests above its eyes.
Source: AmphibiWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Luidan Stream Toad - Ansonia platysoma Photos Endangered Asia
The Luidan stream toad is found in Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lynch's Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus lynchi Photos Critically Endangered South America
Lynch's stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Malcolm’s Ethiopia Toad - Altiphrynoides malcolmi Photos Endangered Africa
Malcolm’s Ethiopia toad is found in Ethiopia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Marbled Tree Toad - Pedostibes rugosus Photos Near Threatened Asia
The marbled tree toad is found in Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Mertens’ Smalltongue Toad - Werneria mertensiana Photos Endangered Africa
The Mertens’ smalltongue toad is found in Cameroon.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Mesilau Stream Toad - Ansonia guibei Photos Endangered Asia
The Mesilau stream toad is found in Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Mindo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus mindoensis Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Mindo stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Montevideo Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus montevidensis Photos Vulnerable South America
The Montevideo red-belly toad is found in Brazil and Uruguay.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Morogoro Tree Toad - Nectophrynoides viviparus Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Morogoro tree toad is found in Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Mucubaji Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus mucubajiensis Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Mucubaji stubfoot toad is found in Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Muller's Toad - Ansonia muelleri Photos Vulnerable Asia
Muller's toad is found in the Philippines.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Napo Plump Toad - Osornophryne antisana Photos Endangered South America
The Napo plump toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Napo Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus planispina Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Napo stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Natterjack Toad - Epidalea calamita profile Photos Video Least Concern Asia Europe
The Natterjack toad is found in southern, western and northern Europe.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Natterjack Toad - Epidalea calamita profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern Asia Europe
The Natterjack toad is said to be the loudest amphibian in Europe.
Source: BBC Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Nigerian Toad - Bufo perreti Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Nigerian toad is found in Nigeria.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Noellert’s Toad - Duttaphrynus noellerti Photos Endangered Asia
Noellert’s toad is found in Sri Lanka.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus Photos Least Concern North America
The oak toad is found in the southeastern United States.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The oak toad is the smallest toad in North America.
Source: Savannah River Ecology Lab Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The oak toad has a yellow stripe down the center of its back.
Source: Florida Wildlife Extension Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The oak toad's call is a high pitched peep that sounds like the call of a young chicken.
Source: Herps of NC Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Oak Toad - Anaxyrus quercicus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The oak toad is found in moist, grassy areas near pine or oak savannahs with sandy soil.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Osgood’s Ethiopian Toad - Spinophrynoides osgoodi Photos Vulnerable Africa
Osgood’s Ethiopian toad is found in Ethiopia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pass Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus senex Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Pass stubfoot toad is found in Costa Rica.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pebas Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus spumarius Photos Vulnerable South America
The Pebas stubfoot toad is found in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, and Suriname.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Peru Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus peruensis Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Peru stubfoot toad is found in Peru.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pirre Mountain Frog - Atelopus glyphus Photos Critically Endangered North America South America
The Pirre Mountain toad is found in Colombia and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pulo Tioman Stream Toad - Ansonia tiomanica Photos Vulnerable Asia
The Pulo Tioman stream toad is found in Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Rancho Grande Harlequin Frog - Atelopus cruciger profile Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Rancho Grande harlequin toad is found in Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus dorsalisprofile profile Vulnerable South America
The red-belly toad is found in Brazil.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red -Nosed Stub-Footed Toad - Atelopus oxyrhynchus profile profile Critically Endangered South America
The red-nosed stub-footed toad is found in Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red-Spotted Toad - Rhinella rubropunctata profile Vulnerable South America
The red-spotted toad is found in Argentina and Chile.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The red-spotted toad is found from California, Nevada, central Utah, Colorado, and southwestern Kansas south to southern Baja California and central Mexico.
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The red-spotted toad is  1.5 - 3 inches in length.
Source: California Herps Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Rio Pescado Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus balios Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Rio Pescado stubfoot toad is found in Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Rivera Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus devincenzii profile Endangered South America
The Rivera red-belly toad is found in Argentina and Uruguay.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Roraima Bush Toad - Oreophrynella quelchii profile Vulnerable South America
The Roraima bush toad is found in Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Rose’s Mountain Toad - Capensibufo rosei profile Vulnerable Africa
Rose’s mountain toad is found in South Africa.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Saint Andrew's Cross Toadlet - Pelophryne signata profile Photos Near Threatened Asia
This tiny toad, no bigger than a man's thumbnail, is found in Brunei and Malaysia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Saint Andrew's Cross Toadlet - Pelophryne signata profile Photos Near Threatened Asia
The Saint Andrew's cross toadlet is found in lowland tropical moist forests.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Salta Toad - Rhinella rumbolli Photos Vulnerable South America
The Salta toad is found in Argentina.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Schmidt's Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus pachydermus Photos Critically Endangered South America
Schmidt's stubfoot toad is found in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Small-Eared Toad - Duttaphrynus microtympanum Photos Vulnerable Asia
The small-eared toad is found in India.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Sonoran Green Toad - Anaxyrus retiformis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Sonoran green toad is found from south-central Arizona south to Sonora, Mexico
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Sonoran Green Toad - Anaxyrus retiformis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Sonoran green toad is 1.5-2.3 inches in length.
Source: California Herps Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Southern Crested Toad - Bufo guentheri Photos Vulnerable North America
The southern crested toad is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Round-Gland Toad - Incilius ibarrai Photos Endangered North America
The southern round-gland toad is found in Guatemala and Honduras.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Toad - Anaxyrus terrestris profile Photos Least Concern North America
The southern toad is found in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the southeastern U.S. from North Carolina to Florida and west to eastern Louisiana.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Toad - Anaxyrus terrestris profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The southern toad is found in sandy areas, marshes, and mixed hardwood swamps.
Source: Florida Wildlife Extension Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Southern Toad - Anaxyrus terrestris profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The southern toad usually eats small invertebrates, but it will eat anything it can swallow.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Spiny Slender Toad - Ansonia spinulifer Photos Near Threatened Asia
The spiny slender toad is found in Indonesia and Malaysiaa.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Spiny Slender Toad - Ansonia spinulifer profile Photos Near Threatened Asia
The spiny slender toad is threatened by deforestation.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus nahumae Photos Critically Endangered South America
The stubfoot toad is found in Colombia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Three-Colored Harlequin Toad - Atelopus tricolor Photos Vulnerable South America
The three-colored harlequin toad is found in Bolivia and Peru.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Toad - Mountain Harlequin Frog - Atelopus certus Photos Endangered North America
The Toad-Mountain harlequin frog is found in Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Torres Red-Belly Toad - Melanophryniscus macrogranulosus Photos Vulnerable South America
The Torres red-belly toad is found in Brazil.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Tree Toad - Churamiti maridadi Photos Critically Endangered Africa
The tree toad is found in Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Upper Amazon Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus seminiferus Photos Critically Endangered South America
The Upper Amazon stubfoot toad is found in Peru.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Uzungwe Scarp Tree Toad - Nectophrynoides wendyae Photos Critically Endangered Africa
The Uzungwe scarp tree toad is found in Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Uzungwe Toad - Bufo uzunguensis Photos Vulnerable Africa
The Uzungwe toad is found in Tanzania.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Venezuela Pebble Toad - Oreophrynella nigra Photos Video Vulnerable South America
The Venezuela pebble toad is found in Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Veragoa Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus varius Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Veragoa stubfoot toad is found in Costa Rica and Panama. It is also known as the Harlequin frog.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Veragoa Stubfoot Toad - Atelopus varius profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
The male Veragoa stubfoot toad does not have a vocal sac. It attracts females with visual displays.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Volcan Tacana Toad - Incilius tacanensis Photos Endangered North America
The Volcan Tacana toad is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Warty Asian Tree Toad - Pedostibes tuberculosus Photos Endangered Asia
The warty Asian tree toad is found in India.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Western Nimba Toad - Nimbaphrynoides occidentalis Photos Critically Endangered Africa
The Western Nimba toad is found in Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Western Toad - Anaxyrus boreas Photos Near Threatened North America
The western toad is found from southern Alaska south to Baja California, Mexico and east to the Rocky Mountains in west-central Alberta, Canada and south to Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Colorado. It is also known as the boreal toad.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Western Toad - Anaxyrus boreas profile Photos Audio Near Threatened North America
In the spring and the summer, the western toad is usually found at the water's edge or basking on partially submerged logs.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Western Toad - Anaxyrus boreas profile Photos Near Threatened North America
The western toad is 3.5-4 inches in length.
Source: Montana Field Guide Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Western Toad - Anaxyrus boreas profile Photos Near Threatened North America
Instead of hopping, the western toad usually walks.
Source: British Columbia Frogwatch Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Woodhouse's Toad - Anaxyrus woodhousii profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Woodhouse's toad is found throughout most of the central and southwestern U.S. as well as in northern Mexico.
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Woodhouse's Toad - Anaxyrus woodhousii profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Woodhouse's toad is found in a variety of habitats.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Wyoming Toad - Bufo baxteri Photos extinct in the wild Endangered in US North America
The Wyoming toad is only found in captivity in Mortenson Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Wyoming Toad - Bufo baxteri profile Photos extinct in the wild Endangered in US North America
Until the 1970s, the Wyoming toad was common in the Laramie Plains in Albany County, Wyoming.
Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Yala Toad - Duttaphrynus atukoralei Photos Least Concern Asia
The Yala toad is found in Sri Lanka.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Yosemite Toad - Anaxyrus canorus Photos Endangered North America
The Yosemite toad is found in California in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Yosemite Toad - Anaxyrus canorus profile Photos Audio Endangered North America
The Yosemite toad is found in wet mountain meadows, willow thickets, and the borders of forests.
Source: California Herps Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Yosemite Toad - Anaxyrus canorus profile Photos Endangered North America
The Yosemite toad is active during the day. At night it burrows into the ground or rest under a log or in a rodent tunnel.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Yosemite Toad - Anaxyrus canorus profile Photos Audio EndangeredNorth America
The Yosemite toad hibernates from late September until the spring.
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Cururu Toad - Rhinella schneideri profile Photos Audio Least Concern South America
The Cururu toad is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
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Cururu Toad - Rhinella schneideri profile Photos Least Concern South America
The Cururu toad has glands the excrete poison on the sides of its head and on the back of its legs.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No