Collier County Frogs and Toads
To use this page click on the image of the frog or toad to go to
The University of Florida Johnson Labs website.
Here you will find information about the frog or toad.


Cane Toad a.k.a. "Bufo Toad"
(Rhinella marina)

To hear the Cane toad click here


Southern Toad


Southern Toad (Anaxyrus terrestris)

To hear the Southern toad click here



Oak Toad


Oak Toad (Anaxyrus quercicus)

To hear the Oak toad click here



          Narrow-mouthed Toad

Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad
(Gastrophryne carolinensis)

To hear the Eastern Narrow-mouthed toad click here



Eastern Spadefoot


Eastern Spadefoot (Scaphiopus holbrooki)

 To hear the Eastern Spadefoot toad click here


Greenhouse Frog


Greenhouse Frog
(Eleutherodactylus planirostris)

To hear the Greenhouse frog click here



Little Grass Frog


Little Grass Frog (Pseudacris ocularis)

To hear the Little Grass frog click here



Southern Chorus Frog


Southern Chorus Frog (Pseudacris nigrita)

To hear the Southern Chorus frog click here



Gopher Frog


Gopher Frog (Lithobates capito)

To hear the Gopher frog click here



Arboreal Frogs

Arboreal frog species live in trees or bushes or on buildings, and have somewhat enlarged, sticky toepads. Most species are excellent climbers.




Barking Treefrog


Barking Treefrog (Hyla gratiosa)

To hear the Barking treefrog click here




Cuban Treefrog


Cuban Treefrog (Osteopilus septentrionalis)


 To hear the Cubantree frog call click here

Green Treefrog


Green Treefrog (Hyla cinerea)


 To hear the Green treefrog call click here

Pine Woods Treefrog


Pine Woods Treefrog (Hyla femoralis)


 To hear the Pine Woods treefrog click here


Squirrel Treefrog


Squirrel Treefrog (Hyla squirella)

To hear the Squirrel treefrog click here



Aquatic Frogs

Aquatic frog species spend the majority of their time in the water, and usually have well-developed toe webbing. With the exception of the terrestrial Greenhouse Frog, which lays eggs on moist soil, any of Florida’s frogs may be encountered in aquatic habitats during their breeding season—this does not mean that they are aquatic species.


Pig Frog


Pig Frog (Lithobates grylio)

To hear the Pig frog click here



Southern Leopard Frog


Southern Leopard Frog
(Lithobates sphenocephalus)

To hear the Southern Leopard frog click here



Southern Cricket Frog


Southern Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus)

To hear the Southern Cricket frog click here

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