Online Field Guide to The Reptiles and Amphibians of Arizona

Amphibians of Arizona

Frogs and Toads of Arizona – Order Anura. (Salamanders below)
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HYLIDAE (Treefrogs)
Hyla arenicolor
Canyon Treefrog
Hyla wrightorum
Arizona Treefrog
Pseudacris hypochondriaca
Baja California Treefrog
Pseudacris triseriata
Western Chorus Frog
Smilisca fodiens
Lowland Burrowing Treefrog
LEPTODACTYLIDAE (Neotropical Frogs)
Craugastor augusti
Barking Frog
MICROHYLIDAE (Narrow-mouthed Frogs)
Gastrophryne olivacea
Western Narrow-mouthed Toad
Xenopus laevis
African Clawed Frog Non-Native
RANIDAE (True Frogs)
Lithobates berlandieri
Rio Grande Leopard Frog Non-Native
Lithobates blairi
Plains Leopard Frog
Lithobates catesbeiana
American Bullfrog Non-Native
Lithobates chiricahuensis
Chiricahua Leopard Frog
Lithobates onca
Relict Leopard Frog
Lithobates pipiens
Northern Leopard Frog
Lithobates tarahumarae
Tarahumara Frog
Lithobates yavapaiensis
Lowland Leopard Frog
Anaxyrus cognatus
Great Plains Toad
Anaxyrus debilis
Green Toad
Anaxyrus microscaphus
Arizona Toad
Anaxyrus punctatus
Red-spotted Toad
Anaxyrus retiformis
Sonoran Green Toad
Anaxyrus woodhousii
Woodhouse’s Toad
Ollotis alvaria Incilius alvarius
Sonoran Desert Toad
PELOBATIDAE (Spadefoots)
Scaphiopus couchii
Couch’s Spadefoot
Spea bombifrons
Plains Spadefoot
Spea intermontana
Great Basin Spadefoot
Spea multiplicata
Mexican Spadefoot

Salamanders of Arizona – Order Caudata
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AMBYSTOMATIDAE (Mole Salamanders)
Ambystoma mavortium
Barred Tiger Salamander


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