Frogs and toads are tailless, aquatic, semiaquatic, or terrestrial amphibians characteristically having a smooth moist skin, webbed feet, and long hind legs adapted for leaping.  Adults lack tails and most have a well-developed ear and a voice used to attract mates, drive off intruders and to signal distress and presence.  All are carnivorous as adults.  With their moist skin, most frogs and toads are prone to dessication (drying out), and therefore are confined to wet or moist habitats.  However, some species have adapted to more arid habitats by burrowing into the soil or hiding beneath rocks or logs to avoid the heat of the day.  Most species return to water to breed.

“True” Toads - Family Bufonidae

American Toad 

Fowler’s Toad

Oak Toad 

 

 

Southern Toad

  

 

Treefrogs and Allies - Family Hylidae

Northern Cricket Frog

Cricket Frog

Pine Barrens Treefrog

Bird-voiced Treefrog

Cope’s Gray Treefrog

Green Treefrog

Pine Woods Treefrog 

Barking Treefrog

Squirrel Treefrog

Mountain Chorus Frog 

Northern Spring Peeper 

Upland Chorus Frog 

Southern Chorus Frog

Little Grass Frog 

Ornate Chorus Frog 

 

Leptodactylid Frogs - Family Leptodactylidae

Greenhouse Frog

 

Narrow-mouthed Toads and Allies - Family Microhylidae

Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad 

 

Spadefoot Toads and Allies - Family Pelobatidae

Eastern Spadefoot 

 

“True” Frogs - Family Ranidae

Gopher Frog 

American Bullfrog

Bronze Frog/Green Frog

Pig Frog 

River Frog

Pickerel Frog

Mississippi Gopher Frog(endangered)

Southern Leopard Frog

Wood Frog