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2 1 Frog

Frog

by emmaotooleHalifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada

0 0 Frog

Frog

by KartikBhatKarnataka, India

0 0 Frog

Frog

by DhirendraKathmandu, Madhyamanchal, Nepal

5 1 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by IvánAndrésQuindío, Colombia

Cute Anura

0 0 Frog

Frog

by vmahawarOdisha, India

0 2 Leopard Frog

Leopard Frog

by AnthonyShearmanLeague City, Texas, USA

Rural

2 1 Frog

Frog

by AnthonySimokovicToronto, Ontario, Canada

Smooth skin

0 0 Tadpole

Tadpole

by Aaron_GNogales, Arizona, USA

Unidentified tadpole

0 0 Toad

Toad

by madeline.saucierCarl s Corner, Texas, USA

Toad

7 1 Natterjack toad

Natterjack toad

by DiogoParrinhaSetúbal, Portugal

0 1 toad

toad

Florence, Kentucky, USA

0 0 frog

frog

Springfield, Illinois, USA

0 0 Frog

Frog

by Ali TimmsSouth Carolina, USA

Young frog

0 0 Frog

Frog

by Lane PhillipsTennessee, USA

A little pond with tadpoles

2 1 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by Gabriela4Francisco Morazán, Honduras

Orden anura. Mide aproximadamente 10 cm.

1 0 toad

toad

by Joseph CHIEF REDEARTHUttarakhand, India

In a pine forest.

1 0 Frog

Frog

by Art AldrichColorado, USA

Large, green frog (the kind Mark Twain writes about; 8" head to rump

7 6 Frog

Frog

by Malcolm AbidinKota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Found this one resting on a leafy plant

11 6 Rana de cristal

Rana de cristal

by FelipeVelozaAntioquia, Colombia

Family Centrolenidae, Order Anura

23 5 Treefrog

Treefrog

by João BuriniPiedade, São Paulo, Brazil

Atlantic rainforest

0 0 Tadpoles

Tadpoles

Virginia, USA

Black small creatures with a tail

1 0 Banded Bullfrog

Banded Bullfrog

by gangc26George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Order: Anura Family: Microhylidae

0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by kozogaZuya/Zuia, Euskadi, Spain

Rana dalmatina? Rana temporaria? I don't know

1 0 Asian Grass Frog

Asian Grass Frog

by GC GanGeorge Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Order: Anura; Family: Dicroglossidae

0 0 Frog

Frog

Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

Large, slimy, green, bumpy

0 0 Frog

Frog

by Aiden GistKansas, USA

Found at blue sky

1 0 Common Toad

Common Toad

by MartinUrbanWien, Wien, Austria

Anura / Bufonidae

0 0 American Bullfrog

American Bullfrog

by douglaslfaustAtlantic City, New Jersey, USA

Seen at the Brigantine NWR

0 0 Unknown spotting

Unknown spotting

by GuilhermeMontoyaMacielNatal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

i know nothing about this cute anura, ...

3 0 Cricket Frog

Cricket Frog

by vipin.baligaKarnataka, India

2 0 Bush Frog

Bush Frog

by vipin.baligaKarnataka, India

Requesting the ID of this Pseudophilautus sp.

1 3 Frog sp.

Frog sp.

by Daniel RowsonProvincia de Orellana, Ecuador

Anuran sp. - possibly Rhinella?

0 0 Dark Sided Chorus Frog

Dark Sided Chorus Frog

by gangc26George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Order: Anura Family: Microhylidae

0 0 Marsh Frog

Marsh Frog

by MartinUrbanGemeinde Wien, Wien, Austria

Anura / Ranidae

0 1 Frog

Frog

Lumberton, Texas, USA

Blends in with the color of the cement, very small

0 0 Frog

Frog

Texas, USA

Amphibian

3 0 Sapo común (Common toad)

Sapo común (Common toad)

by kozogaComunitat Valenciana, Spain

male

0 0 Marsh Frog

Marsh Frog

by MartinUrbanGemeinde Orth an der Donau, Niederösterreich, Austria

Anura / Ranidae

0 0 Tadpole

Tadpole

by joanbstanleyHighland Village, Texas, USA

Tadpole just starting to grow legs.

3 0 Rain Frog

Rain Frog

by Francisco RamírezVeracruz, Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave, Mexico

1 0 Sapo

Sapo

by ShisbethTaboraFrancisco Morazán, Honduras

Sapo color verde olivo con manchas negras y ojos color café claro.

0 0 Toad

Toad

by sttweetsSteenwijkerland, Overijssel, Netherlands

A toad is any of a number of species of amphibians in the order

0 0 unknown frog

unknown frog

by textlessDurango, Colorado, USA

This small frog was hanging out by a pond near Dolores, CO. After letting me ...

0 0 Frog

Frog

Canredondo, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Their diet is based on invertebrates, aquatic and terrestrial. I love this ...