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A Selection of
AMPHIBIANS OF THE WORLD



FROGS AND TOADS



COMMON NAME
&
(SCIENTIFIC NAME)

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DISTRIBIUTION

Panha's Torrent Frog

(Amolops panhai)

Amolops panhai

Thailand

Argentine Horned Frog
or
Ornate Pacman Frog

(Ceratophrys ornata)

Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay

Dyeing Poison Dart Frog

(Dendrobates tinctorius)

Includes the Blue Poison Dart Frog previously known as (Dendrobates azureus)

Suriname and Brazil 
(South America)

Asian Common Toad,

Asian Black-spined Toad
 (Duttaphrynus melanostictus)

Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, 
Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos,
Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Taiwan,
Hong Kong and Macau, Malaysia, 
Singapore, and  Indonesia


(Note that 18 of these toads have also been found in Victoria (Australia) where they are not native, between 1999 and 2024)
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Chinese Edible Frog
Chinese Bullfrog, East Asian Bullfrog

(Hoplobatrachus rugulosus)

Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam

Green Paddy Frog,
Common Greenback, Leaf Frog

(Hylarana erythraea)

Hylarana erythraea

Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore,
Java, Borneo, Sulawesi
and the Philippines

Green and Golden Bell Frog


(Litoria aurea)

Green and Golden Bell Frog

Australia (NSW,Vic)
(Introduced into New Zealand,
New Caledonia and New Hebrides)

White's Tree Frog
or Australian Green Tree Frog

(Litoria caerulea
)

White's Tree Frog

Native to Australia and New Guinea,
(feral populations occur in the
United States and possibly in New Zealand)

White-lipped Tree Frog

‎(Litoria infrafrenata)

White-lipped Tree Frog

Queensland, Australia
New Guinea, Indonesia,
(introduced into Java)

Indonesian Horned Toad

(Megophrys sp.)

Indonesian Horned Toad

Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra and Borneo

European Edible Frog

(Pelophylax esculentus)

European Edible Frog (Pelophylax esculentus)

Occurs from the northern half of France to western Russia, and from Estonia and Denmark to Bulgaria and northern Italy.

It is introduced in Spain, Norway and the United Kingdom.

 

Common Tree Frog

(Polypedates leucomystax)

Common Tree Frog

Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam

European Green Toad

(Pseudepidalea viridis) or (Bufotes viridis)
was (Bufo viridis)

European Green Toad

Albania, Austria, Belarus,
Bosnia–Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia,
France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan,
Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova,
Montenegro, Poland, Romania,
Russian Federation, Serbia,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Switzerland, Ukraine

European Common Frog

(Rana temporaria)

European Common Frog

Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria,
Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,
Finland, France, Germany, Hungary,
Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia,
Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Romania, Russian Federation,
Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine,
United Kingdom

Cane Toad

Rhinella marina (was Bufo marinus)

Cane Toad

Native to South and mainland
Middle America it has been
introduced into many other countries.

Amazon Milk Frog

Trachycephalus resinifictrix

Amazon Milk Frog

Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela,
Trinidad, Tobago, French Guiana,
British Guyana, Ecuador,
Peru, and Bolivia


NEWTS AND SALAMANDERS

COMMON NAME
&
(SCIENTIFIC NAME)

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DISTRIBIUTION

Palmate Newt

(Lissotriton helveticus)

Palmate Newt

Western Europe,
including Great Britain

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