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Page Last Updated: September 29 2016
6 species
Northern Leopard Frog - approx. 8 cm
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
Genus: Lithobates (formerly Rana)
Species: Pipiens
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Updated September 29 2016
Green Frog (female) - approx. 10 cm
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
Species: Clamitans
Green? Frog tadpole - approx. 7 cm
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
Species: Clamitans
Gray Tree Frog (juvenile) - approx. 3.5 cm
Family: Hylidae (Tree Frogs)
Genus: Hyla
Species: Versicolor
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Updated September 4 2012
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Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Adult colour is usually a mottled gray or brown but individual
frogs can change their colour to green - Juveniles are green
- Ontario's largest tree frog (6 cm)
Spring Peeper Tree Frog - approx. 1 cm
Family: Hylidae (Tree Frogs)
Genus: Pseudacris
Species: Crucifer
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Updated September 4 2012
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Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Characteristic "X" pattern on back
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Updated September 26 2013
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Updated September 26 2013
Green Frog (male) - approx. 10 cm
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
Genus: Lithobates (formerly Rana)
Species: Clamitans
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
The eardrum of the male is larger than the eye - the
eardrum of the female is approximately the same size as
the eye - American Bullfrogs (R. catesbeiana) don't have
folds along the sides of the back
The eardrum of the male is larger than the eye - the
eardrum of the female is approximately the same size as
the eye - American Bullfrogs (R. catesbeiana) don't have
folds along the sides of the back
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Updated September 26 2013
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Audio (Red-winged Blackbird in background) -
updated June 6 2009
Green Frog audio
Audio - updated March 23 2012
Leopard Frog audio
Gray Tree Frog - approx. 6 cm
Family: Hylidae (Tree Frogs)
Genus: Hyla
Species: Versicolor
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Updated September 4 2012
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Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Adult colour is usually a mottled gray or brown but individual
frogs can change their colour to green - juveniles are green
- males have a dark-coloured throat while that of females
and juveniles is white - Ontario's largest tree frog (6 cm)
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
Species: Clamitans
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
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Updated September 26 2013
The eardrum of the male is larger than the eye - the
eardrum of the female is approximately the same size as
the eye - American Bullfrogs (R. catesbeiana) don't have
folds along the sides of the back
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Audio - updated June 18 2013
Gray Tree Frog audio
Wood Frog - approx. 6 cm
Species: Sylvatica (also Sylvaticus)
Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Family: Ranidae (True Frogs)
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American Toad - approx. 10 cm
Family: Bufonidae (True Toads)
Genus: Anaxyrus (formerly Bufo)
Species: Americanus
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Updated November 13 2014
Order: Anura (Frogs & Toads)
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Audio - updated May 17 2016
American Toad audio
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Updated November 17 2013
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American Toad tadpoles - approx. 2.5 cm
Family: Bufonidae (True Toads)
Species: Americanus
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Updated November 13 2014
Order: Anura (Frogs & Toads)
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Green Frog (male) - approx. 10 cm - Lower Don Valley (Brickworks) - June 2009
Green Frog (female) - approx. 10 cm - Lower Don Valley (Crother's Woods) - August 2010
Green? Frog tadpole - approx. 7 cm - Lower Don Valley (Brickworks) - June 2009
Northern Leopard Frog - approx. 8 cm - Leslie Spit - September 2007
Wood Frog - approx. 6 cm - Kortright Centre for Conservation - September 2013
Gray Tree Frog (juvenile) - approx. 3.5 cm - Kortright Centre for Conservation - September 2009
Spring Peeper Tree Frog - approx. 1 cm - Kortright Centre for Conservation - July 2012
American Toad - approx. 10 cm - West Don Valley (Sunnybrook Park) - July 2012
American Toad tadpoles - approx. 2.5 cm - West Don Valley (Sunnybrook Park) - June 2013
Gray Tree Frog - approx. 6 cm - Rouge Park - August 2012
Spring Peeper Tree Frog - approx. 1 cm
Family: Hylidae (Tree Frogs)
Genus: Pseudacris
Species: Crucifer
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Updated September 4 2012
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Order: Anura (Salientia) (Frogs & Toads)
Characteristic "X" pattern on back
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Spring Peeper Tree Frog - approx. 1 cm - Kortright Centre for Conservation - September 2009
Green Frog (amelanistic female?) - approx. 8 cm - Kortright Centre for Conservation - July 2012
Green Frog (amelanistic female?) - approx. 8 cm
Genus: Anaxyrus (formerly Bufo)
Genus: Lithobates (formerly Rana)
Genus: Lithobates (formerly Rana)
Genus: Lithobates (formally Rana)
Genus: Lithobates (formerly Rana)