Amphibians – A-Z

There are over 7,000 species of amphibians in the world, with their habitats scattered around the globe. Here is an A to Z list of different species of frogs, toads, salamanders, newts, and more.

Click on the name of an amphibian for facts about it.

Amphibians – A – Z


African Bullfrog

African Clawed Frog

Alpine Newt

American Bullfrog

American Green Tree Frog

American Toad

Arboreal Salamander


Australian Green Tree Frog

Alpine Salamander

Argentine Horned Frog

Amargosa Toad

Amazon Milk Frog

Anderson’s Crocodile Newt

Arroyo Toad


Blue Tailed Fire Belly Newt

Blue Legged Mantella

Bumble Bee Toad

Barking Tree Frog

Barred Tiger Salamander

Big Eyed Tree Frog

Black Salamander

Black Toad

Blue Poison Dart Frog

Blue Spotted Salamander

Bronze Frog

Brown Tree Frog

Boreal Chorus Frog

Black Rain Frog

Black-Spotted Newt

Black Bellied Salamander

Boreal Toad


Copes Tree Frog

Common Newt

Chinese Gliding Frog

California Newt

California Slender Salamander

California Tiger Salamander

California Tree Frog

Cane Toad

Canyon Tree Frog

Chinese Giant Salamander

Chiricahua Leopard Frog

Common Toad

Cuban Tree Frog

Chinese Fire Belly Newt

Cape Rain Frog

Coastal Giant Salamander

Clown Frog (Costa Rican Variable Harlequin Toad)

California Red Legged Frog

Canadian Toad


Chinese Warty Newt


Dwarf Pixie Frog

Desert Rain Frog


European Tree Frog

Eastern American Toad

Emperor Newt

European Green Toad

Eastern Narrowmouth Toad

Eastern Leopard Toad

European Fire Bellied Toad

Eastern Spadefoot Toad


Fire Salamander

Four Toed Salamander

Fowlers Toad

Frosted Flatwoods Salamander


Granular Glass Frog

Ghost Glass Frog

Gliding Tree Frog

Golden Poison Dart Frog

Golden Toad

Goliath Frog

Gray Tree Frog

Great Crested Newt

Green And Black Poison Dart Frog

Green Frog

Green Salamander

Gulf Coast Toad

Golden Mantella

Greenhouse Frog

Golden Coqui

Green and Golden Bell Frog

Great Basin Spadefoot

Greater Siren

Grotto Salamander


Hong Kong Newt

Harlequin Frog

Hellbender Salamander

Houston Toad

Hairy Frog

Italian Crested Newt

Idaho Giant Salamander

Illinois Chorus Frog


Japanese Giant Salamander

Jefferson Salamander

Japanese Fire Belly Newt


Kihansi Spray Toad

Kokoe Poison Dart Frog


Leopard Tree Frog

Long Toed Salamander

Lowland Leopard Frog

Little Grass Frog

Lesser Siren

Long-tailed Salamander

Luristan Newt


Malabar Flying Frog

Mountain Chicken Frog

Marbled Newt

Marbled Salamander

Mountain Yellow Legged Frog


Mountain Dusky Salamander

Mississippi Gopher Frog

Mink Frog

Mountain Chorus Frog

Mallorcan Midwife Toad

Mozambique Rain Frog

Mud Salamander


Nicaragua Giant Glass Frog

Northern Cricket Frog

Natterjack Toad

Northern Dusky Salamander

Northern Green Frog

Northern Leopard Frog

Northern Two-lined Salamander

Northwestern Salamander

Northern Slimy Salamander

Northern Zigzag Salamander

Northern Red-Legged Frog

Northern Dwarf Siren


Orange Thighed Tree Frog


Ornate Chorus Frog

Oriental Fire-Bellied Toad


Pacific Tree Frog

Paddle Tail Newt

Panamanian Golden Frog

Pebble Toad

Pine Barrens Tree Frog

Plains Leopard Frog

Purple Frog

Plains Spadefoot Toad

Pickerel Frog

Phantasmal Poison Frog

Palmate Newt

Plateau Tiger Salamander

Pygmy Salamander



Rabb’s Fringe Limbed Tree Frog

Reticulated Glass Frog

Red Backed Salamander

Red Bellied Newt

Red Eyed Tree Frog

Red Salamander

Red Spotted Newt

Red Spotted Toad

Relict Leopard Frog

Rough Skinned Newt

Rio Grande Chirping Frog

Rococo Toad

Ringed Salamander


Splendid Leaf Frog

Smallmouth Salamander

Southern Leopard Frog

Southern Toad

Southern Two-lined Salamander

Spanish Ribbed Newt

Spotted Salamander

Spring Salamander

Squirrel Tree Frog

Strawberry Poison Dart Frog

Surinam Toad

Southern Dusky Salamander

Streamside Salamander

Spring Peeper

Solomon Island Leaf Frog

Southern Chorus Frog

Southern Dwarf Siren

Shenandoah Salamander

Striped Newt

Siberian Salamander


Three Striped Poison Dart Frog

Texas Blind Salamander

Texas Toad

Tiger Salamander

Titicaca Water Frog

Turtle Frog


Upland Chorus Frog


Vampire Frog

Vietnamese Mossy Frog


Wallace’s Flying Frog

Western Clawed Frog

Wyoming Toad

Western Toad

White Lipped Tree Frog

Whites Tree Frog

Wood Frog

Woodhouse Toad

Western Spadefoot Toad

Western Leopard Toad

Western Chorus Frog

Waxy Monkey Tree Frog

Water Holding Frog

Waterfall Frog

White-spotted Slimy Salamander

White-spotted Salamander

Western Slimy Salamander


Yellow Banded Poison Dart Frog

Yosemite Toad

Yellow Bellied Toad

Yellow Spotted Tree Frog