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This are pretty common where I live and I see them around all the time , I would like to identify which frog this is just so I am more informed. This frog caught in Miami , Florida next to a lake next to my house... What is the name of it?
Thank you very much in advance
I am thinking it is actually a toad , a Southern Toad to be precise or a Fowler's Toad
Can't see the photo (site's probably blocked at work). I'm going to shoot in the dark here though, (literally) and call it a Cuban Tree Frog . Everytime I see "help me ID this frog" threads it ends up being those, especially from Florida. Maybe someone can come in and confirm and see if I was right.
I'm unsure what frog this is, but I did find a good website on the frogs found in Florida (it also has their pictures). Here's the link:
Florida Wildlife Extension at UF/IFAS
Hope this helps!
Is this link unblocked ? Thanks
yeah tinypic.com is unblocked here. That thing is tiny!
I know lol , if you press control and scroll in you can zoom . Any way this frog can be identified :X?
My guess is it's a toadlet if you found this on land.
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Get a face shot and side on shot would be easier to tell.
It's some species of toad for sure. I dunno what toads live in the FL keys, so you'll have to do some research on your own.
Frogs/Toads: 2.3.1 Hyla versicolor | 0.0.2 Trachycephalus resinifictrix | 0.1 Bufo marinus
Salamanders: 1.1 Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum | 1.1 Ambystoma mavortium melanostictum
Snakes: 0.0.1 Lampropeltis calligaster calligaster
Chow: Roaches (11 species) | Springtails | Terrestrial Isopods | Vinegar Eels | Gammarus | Guppies
Googling Native Toads of Florida the Fowler's Toad is a native from the state, so I would agree that it's a Fowler's Toad. I had one I caught in my back yard, but he passed away this past Winter.
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