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The following is a list of Amphibians of concern. This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total at the bottom of this page as an official count of endangered amphibians of the world is not recommended. For more information on what species are listed on this site, please visit our About Us page.

 Species NameScientific Name
1. Abdulali's Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus humayuni
2. Abe's Salamander Hynobius abei
3. Abolokopatrika Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis salegy
4. Abor Bug-eyed Frog Theloderma moloch
5. Abra Acanacu Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca excubitor
6. Abra Malaga Toad Nannophryne corynetes
7. Acancocha Water Frog Telmatobius jelskii
8. Acha Tugi Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa schioetzi
9. Achalas Four-eyed Frog Pleurodema kriegi
10. Ackawaio Stefania Treefrog Stefania ackawaio
11. Acultzingo Minute Salamander Thorius dubitus
12. Adelophryne maranguapensis Adelophryne maranguapensis
13. Adelophryne baturitensis Adelophryne baturitensis
14. Adelos Salamander Thorius adelos
15. Adler's Mottled Treefrog Plectrohyla thorectes
16. Admirable False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea praecellens
17. Afghani Mountain Salamander Paradactylodon mustersi
18. African Egg Frog Leptodactylodon polyacanthus
19. African Painted Frog Callixalus pictus
20. African True Toad Amietophrynus taiensis
21. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides asperginis
22. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides cryptus
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23. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides minutus
24. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides poyntoni
25. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides tornieri
26. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides viviparus
27. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides wendyae
28. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides paulae
29. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides laticeps
30. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides pseudotornieri
31. African Viviparous Toad Nectophrynoides vestergaardi
32. Afrixalus lacteus Afrixalus lacteus
33. Agra Bubble-nest Frog Philautus silus
34. Agua Rica Leaf Frog Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana
35. Ahl's Reed Frog Hyperolius castaneus
36. Ahuitzotl Salamander Pseudoeurycea ahuitzotl
37. Ailao Spiny Toad Leptobrachium ailaonicum
38. Alabama Waterdog Necturus alabamensis
39. Alban Cochran Frog Cochranella daidalea
40. Albanian Water Frog Pelophylax shqipericus
41. Alexteroon jynx Alexteroon jynx
42. Algerian Ribbed Newt Pleurodeles nebulosus
43. Alicia's Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus aliciae
44. Allen's River Frog Phrynobatrachus alleni
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45. Allen's Slippery Frog Conraua alleni
46. Allobates juanii Allobates juanii
47. Allobates kingsburyi Allobates kingsburyi
48. Allobates mandelorum Allobates mandelorum
49. Allobates ranoides Allobates ranoides
50. Allobates chalcopis Allobates chalcopis
51. Allobates humilis Allobates humilis
52. Allobates mcdiarmidi Allobates mcdiarmidi
53. Allobates olfersioides Allobates olfersioides
54. Allobates subfolionidificans Allobates subfolionidificans
55. Allobates wayuu Allobates wayuu
56. Almirante Trail Toad Incilius peripatetes
57. Alpine Asian Toad Leptolalax alpinus
58. Alpine Stream Salamander Batrachuperus tibetanus
59. Alsodes montanus Alsodes montanus
60. Alsodes tumultuosus Alsodes tumultuosus
61. Alsodes vanzolinii Alsodes vanzolinii
62. Alsodes barrioi Alsodes barrioi
63. Alsodes nodosus Alsodes nodosus
64. Alta Verapaz Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla teuchestes
65. Alto de Buey Poison Frog Ranitomeya altobueyensis
66. Alvarado's Salamander Bolitoglossa alvaradoi
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67. Alvarez del Toro's Salamander Cryptotriton alvarezdeltoroi
68. Amami Tip-nosed Frog Odorrana amamiensis
69. Amani Forest Frog Parhoplophryne usambarica
70. Amargosa Toad Anaxyrus nelsoni
71. Amarkantak Bubble-nest Frog Philautus sanctisilvaticus
72. Amatola Toad Vandijkophrynus amatolicus
73. Amazon Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa palmata
74. Amazon Giant Glass Frog Centrolene pipilatum
75. Amber-coloured Salamander Hynobius stejnegeri
76. Ambohimitombo Bright-eyed Frog Boophis majori
77. Ambohitantely Stump-toed Frog Stumpffia helenae
78. Ambrosi's Cave Salamander Speleomantes ambrosii
79. Ambystoma altamirani Ambystoma altamirani
80. Ambystoma bombypellum Ambystoma bombypellum
81. Ambystoma mexicanum Ambystoma mexicanum
82. Ameerega ingeri Ameerega ingeri
83. American Cinchona Plantation Treefrog Isthmohyla rivularis
84. Amicorum Tree Toad Dendropsophus amicorum
85. Amiet's Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa melanogaster
86. Amietophrynus djohongensis Amietophrynus djohongensis
87. Amietophrynus villiersi Amietophrynus villiersi
88. Amji Oriental Salamander Hynobius amjiensis
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89. Anaimalai Flying Frog Rhacophorus pseudomalabaricus
90. Analabe Giant Treefrog Platypelis tetra
91. Anamallais Indian Frog Indirana brachytarsus
92. Anatipes Robber Frog Strabomantis anatipes
93. Anatolia Lycian Salamander Lyciasalamandra antalyana
94. Ancash Water Frog Telmatobius mayoloi
95. Andalgala Water Frog Telmatobius scrocchii
96. Andean Poison Frog Ranitomeya opisthomelas
97. Anderson's Crocodile Newt Echinotriton andersoni
98. Anderson's Salamander Ambystoma andersoni
99. Andes Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca andaquiensis
100. Andes Stubfoot Toad Atelopus andinus
101. Andoany Stump-toed Frog Stumpffia pygmaea
102. Andrews' Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus andrewsi
103. Andringitra Madagascar Frog Mantidactylus madecassus
104. Angel's Madagascar Frog Boehmantis microtympanum
105. Anita's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea anitae
106. Annam Flying Frog Rhacophorus annamensis
107. Annam Spadefoot Toad Brachytarsophrys intermedia
108. Annandale's Paa Frog Nanorana annandalii
109. Anomaloglossus beebei Anomaloglossus beebei
110. Anomaloglossus breweri Anomaloglossus breweri
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111. Anomaloglossus murisipanensis Anomaloglossus murisipanensis
112. Ansonia guibei Ansonia guibei
113. Ansonia latidisca Ansonia latidisca
114. Antado Stubfoot Toad Atelopus galactogaster
115. Antioquia Giant Glass Frog Centrolene antioquiense
116. Antioquia Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca bufona
117. Api Dwarf Toad Pelophryne api
118. Aplastodiscus eugenioi Aplastodiscus eugenioi
119. Apostates Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus apostates
120. Aprada Stefania Treefrog Stefania satelles
121. Aquatic False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea aquatica
122. Aquatic Treefrog Plectrohyla crassa
123. Aragua Glass Frog Cochranella antisthenesi
124. Arboreal Minute Salamander Thorius arboreus
125. Arboreal Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton arboreus
126. Arcane Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla sagorum
127. Archey's Frog Leiopelma archeyi
128. Argentine Water Frog Telmatobius pisanoi
129. Arico Water Frog Telmatobius pefauri
130. Arisan Oriental Salamander Hynobius arisanensis
131. Arlequinus krebsi Arlequinus krebsi
132. Armoured Frog Litoria lorica
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133. Arnold's Paa Frog Nanorana arnoldi
134. Arntully Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus orcutti
135. Arodi Bubble-nest Frog Philautus neelanethrus
136. Aromobates serranus Aromobates serranus
137. Aromobates leopardalis Aromobates leopardalis
138. Aromobates meridensis Aromobates meridensis
139. Aromobates nocturnus Aromobates nocturnus
140. Aromobates orostoma Aromobates orostoma
141. Aromobates saltuensis Aromobates saltuensis
142. Aromobates alboguttatus Aromobates alboguttatus
143. Aromobates duranti Aromobates duranti
144. Aromobates haydeeae Aromobates haydeeae
145. Aromobates mayorgai Aromobates mayorgai
146. Aromobates molinarii Aromobates molinarii
147. Arroyo Southwestern Toad Bufo californicus microscaphus
148. Arthroleptis francei Arthroleptis francei
149. Arthur's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus arthuri
150. Arum Reed Frog Hyperolius horstockii
151. Astylosternus fallax Astylosternus fallax
152. Astylosternus nganhanus Astylosternus nganhanus
153. Astylosternus ranoides Astylosternus ranoides
154. Astylosternus schioetzi Astylosternus schioetzi
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155. Atelognathus praebasalticus Atelognathus praebasalticus
156. Atelognathus reverberii Atelognathus reverberii
157. Atelognathus patagonicus Atelognathus patagonicus
158. Atelognathus jeinimenensis Atelognathus jeinimenensis
159. Atelognathus nitoi Atelognathus nitoi
160. Atelognathus salai Atelognathus salai
161. Atelognathus solitarius Atelognathus solitarius
162. Atelopus angelito Atelopus angelito
163. Atelopus arsyecue Atelopus arsyecue
164. Atelopus chrysocorallus Atelopus chrysocorallus
165. Atelopus dimorphus Atelopus dimorphus
166. Atelopus epikeisthos Atelopus epikeisthos
167. Atelopus exiguus Atelopus exiguus
168. Atelopus famelicus Atelopus famelicus
169. Atelopus laetissimus Atelopus laetissimus
170. Atelopus lozanoi Atelopus lozanoi
171. Atelopus mandingues Atelopus mandingues
172. Atelopus minutulus Atelopus minutulus
173. Atelopus nanay Atelopus nanay
174. Atelopus onorei Atelopus onorei
175. Atelopus petersi Atelopus petersi
176. Atelopus petriruizi Atelopus petriruizi
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177. Atelopus pictiventris Atelopus pictiventris
178. Atelopus pyrodactylus Atelopus pyrodactylus
179. Atelopus quimbaya Atelopus quimbaya
180. Atelopus reticulatus Atelopus reticulatus
181. Atelopus sernai Atelopus sernai
182. Atelopus simulatus Atelopus simulatus
183. Atelopus subornatus Atelopus subornatus
184. Atif's Lycian Salamander Lyciasalamandra atifi
185. Atopophrynus syntomopus Atopophrynus syntomopus
186. Atoyac Minute Salamander Thorius infernalis
187. Austin Blind Salamander Eurycea waterlooensis
188. Australian Lace-lid Litoria dayi
189. Ayampe Poison Frog Epipedobates machalilla
190. Ayanganna Stefania Treefrog Stefania ayangannae
191. Azuay Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca litonedis
192. Azuay Stubfoot Toad Atelopus bomolochos
193. Azulita Salamander Bolitoglossa spongai
194. Babina subaspera Babina subaspera
195. Bagrecito Andes Frog Psychrophrynella bagrecitoi
196. Baja Verapaz Salamander Cryptotriton veraepacis
197. Baker's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus bakeri
198. Bakossi Reed Frog Hyperolius dintelmanni
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199. Bale Mountains Frog Ericabatrachus baleensis
200. Bale Mountains Tree Frog Balebreviceps hillmani
201. Ball Bearing Frog Eleutherodactylus glaphycompus
202. Balloon Frog Glyphoglossus molossus
203. Balu Flying Frog Rhacophorus baluensis
204. Bamboutos Egg Frog Leptodactylodon axillaris
205. Bamboutos Smalltongue Toad Werneria bambutensis
206. Bamenda Reed Frog Hyperolius ademetzi
207. Bamileke Plateau Frog Hylarana longipes
208. Banahao Forest Frog Platymantis banahao
209. Banded Flying Frog Rhacophorus fasciatus
210. Banded Horned Treefrog Hemiphractus fasciatus
211. Baoruco Burrowing Frog Eleutherodactylus hypostenor
212. Baoruco Hammer Frog Eleutherodactylus armstrongi
213. Baracoa Dwarf Frog Eleutherodactylus orientalis
214. Barahona Rock Frog Eleutherodactylus alcoae
215. Barber's Sheep Frog Hypopachus barberi
216. Barbour's Forest Treefrog Leptopelis barbouri
217. Barrio's Frog Insuetophrynus acarpicus
218. Barton Springs Salamander Eurycea sosorum
219. Basecamp Giant Glass Frog Centrolene hesperium
220. Batrachophrynus brachydactylus Batrachophrynus brachydactylus
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221. Batrachophrynus macrostomus Batrachophrynus macrostomus
222. Batrachuperus cochranae Batrachuperus cochranae
223. Baw Baw Frog Philoria frosti
224. Bay Lycian Salamander Lyciasalamandra billae
225. Beautiful Mantella Mantella pulchra
226. Beautiful Nursery-frog Cophixalus concinnus
227. Beck's Treefrog Litoria becki
228. Beddome's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus beddomii
229. Beddome's Toad Bufo beddomii
230. Bell's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea bellii
231. Belly-spotted Treefrog Kurixalus baliogaster
232. Benavony Bright-eyed Frog Boophis andreonei
233. Bendrao Digging Frog Plethodontohyla fonetana
234. Benkulen Toad Ingerophrynus claviger
235. Bernhard's Mantella Mantella bernhardi
236. Berry Cave Salamander Gyrinophilus gulolineatus
237. Betampona Burrowing Frog Rhombophryne coudreaui
238. Betic Midwife Toad Alytes dickhilleni
239. Betsileo Bright-eyed Frog Boophis rhodoscelis
240. Betsileo Digging Frog Plethodontohyla brevipes
241. Bibron's Toadlet Pseudophryne bibronii
242. Bicol Narrowmouth Toad Kaloula kokacii
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243. Bicoloured Frog Clinotarsus curtipes
244. Big Levels Salamander Plethodon sherando
245. Big-eared Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus verrucipes
246. Big-eyed Forest Treefrog Leptopelis macrotis
247. Big-footed Minute Salamander Thorius magnipes
248. Bigfoot Leopard Frog Lithobates megapoda
249. Bigfoot Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton magnipes
250. Binchuan Horned Toad Xenophrys binchuanensis
251. Black False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea melanomolga
252. Black Flathead Toad Pelophryne misera
253. Black Jumping Salamander Pseudoeurycea nigra
254. Black Knobby Newt Tylototriton asperrimus
255. Black Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa pulchra
256. Black Mountain Boulder Frog Cophixalus saxatilis
257. Black Toad Anaxyrus exsul
258. Black Torrent Toad Ansonia ornata
259. Black Water Frog Telmatobius niger
260. Black-eared Mantella Mantella milotympanum
261. Black-eyed Treefrog Exerodonta melanomma
262. Black-legged Poison Frog Phyllobates bicolor
263. Black-snouted Flying Frog Rhacophorus nigropunctatus
264. Black-spotted False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea nigromaculata
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265. Black-spotted Newt Notophthalmus meridionalis
266. Black-spotted Pond Frog Pelophylax nigromaculatus
267. Black-webbed Treefrog Rhacophorus reinwardtii
268. Blackspotted Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa nigromaculata
269. Bleeding Toad Leptophryne cruentata
270. Blommers Bright-eyed Frog Boophis blommersae
271. Blue Giant Glass Frog Centrolene azulae
272. Blue Ridge Gray-cheeked Salamander Plethodon amplus
273. Blue-eyed Aquatic Treefrog Plectrohyla cyanomma
274. Blue-legged Mantella Mantella expectata
275. Blue-sided Treefrog Agalychnis annae
276. Blue-spotted Mexican Treefrog Smilisca cyanosticta
277. Blunt-headed Salamander Ambystoma amblycephalum
278. Blunt-toed Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus modestus
279. Blyth's River Frog Limnonectes blythii
280. Bobiri Reed Frog Hyperolius bobirensis
281. Boca de Yumuri Frog Eleutherodactylus bartonsmithi
282. Boettger's Grainy Frog Gephyromantis horridus
283. Bogota Treefrog Hyloscirtus bogotensis
284. Bokermann's Bromeliad Frogs Crossodactylodes bokermanni
285. Bokermannohyla izecksohni Bokermannohyla izecksohni
286. Bokermannohyla vulcaniae Bokermannohyla vulcaniae
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287. Bolifamba Egg Frog Leptodactylodon bueanus
288. Bolivar Bush Toad Oreophrynella huberi
289. Bolivian Water Frog Telmatobius bolivianus
290. Bombay Bubble-nest Frog Philautus bombayensis
291. Boneberg's Frog Natalobatrachus bonebergi
292. Boophis tampoka Boophis tampoka
293. Booroolong Frog Litoria booroolongensis
294. Bopatalawa Rice Frog Microhyla zeylanica
295. Boqueron Robber Frog Hypodactylus latens
296. Boquete Rocket Frog Silverstoneia nubicola
297. Boribory Rain Frog Scaphiophryne boribory
298. Bornean Flat-headed Frog Barbourula kalimantanensis
299. Borneo Bubble-nest Frog Philautus hosii
300. Borneo Narrowmouth Toad Gastrophrynoides borneensis
301. Borneo Splash Frog Staurois tuberilinguis
302. Botucatu Escuerzo Odontophrynus moratoi
303. Boulenger's Backpack Frog Cryptobatrachus boulengeri
304. Boulenger's Egg Frog Leptodactylodon boulengeri
305. Boulenger's Indian Frog Indirana leptodactyla
306. Boulenger's Rocket Frog Hyloxalus vertebralis
307. Boulenger's Small Flying Frog Rhacophorus lateralis
308. Boulenger's Spiny Frog Quasipaa boulengeri
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309. Boulenger's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus boulengeri
310. Boyaca Giant Glass Frog Centrolene petrophilum
311. Bradytriton silus Bradytriton silus
312. Brash Bubble-nest Frog Philautus procax
313. Braun's Toad Amietophrynus brauni
314. Brazilian Button Frog Cycloramphus brasiliensis
315. Brazilian River Frog Thoropa saxatilis
316. Breasts-of-Julie Frog Eleutherodactylus tetajulia
317. Broadfoot Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa platydactyla
318. Broadley's Mountain Frog Nothophryne broadleyi
319. Broadley's Ridged Frog Ptychadena broadleyi
320. Bromeliad Treefrog Bromeliohyla bromeliacia
321. Brongersma's Toad Pseudepidalea brongersmai
322. Bronzed Frog Hylarana temporalis
323. Brown False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea brunnata
324. Brown Madagascar Frog Spinomantis brunae
325. Brown Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus fuscus
326. Brown Tropical Frog Micrixalus fuscus
327. Bryophryne bustamantei Bryophryne bustamantei
328. Bryophryne cophites Bryophryne cophites
329. Buckley's Giant Glass Frog Centrolene buckleyi
330. Buea Smalltongue Toad Werneria preussi
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331. Buenaventura Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus flavescens
332. Bullocks Mountains False Toad Telmatobufo bullocki
333. Bunawan Wart Frog Limnonectes parvus
334. Burrowes' Giant Glass Frog Centrolene ballux
335. Burrowing Grainy Frog Kalophrynus subterrestris
336. Bushoho Reed Frog Hyperolius frontalis
337. Busuanga Wart Frog Limnonectes acanthi
338. Buzzing Frog Cophixalus bombiens
339. Caalaya Andes Frog Psychrophrynella kallawaya
340. Cabo Cruz Frog Eleutherodactylus tonyi
341. Caddo Mountain Salamander Plethodon caddoensis
342. Cainarachi Poison Frog Ameerega cainarachi
343. Cajamarca Water Frog Telmatobius latirostris
344. Calf Frog Leptodactylus turimiquensis
345. Calientes Water Frog Telmatobius hauthali
346. California Giant Salamander Dicamptodon ensatus
347. California Red-legged Frog Rana draytonii
348. California Tiger Salamander Ambystoma californiense
349. Callulina kisiwamsitu Callulina kisiwamsitu
350. Callulops kopsteini Callulops kopsteini
351. Cameroon Egg Frog Leptodactylodon ovatus
352. Cameroon Range Night Frog Astylosternus rheophilus
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353. Cameroon Slippery Frog Conraua robusta
354. Cameroon Toad Bufo superciliaris
355. Cameroon Water Frog Petropedetes cameronensis
356. Cameroon Wolterstorff Toad Wolterstorffina parvipalmata
357. Campbell's Forest Toad Incilius campbelli
358. Campo Grande Button Frog Cycloramphus semipalmatus
359. Campo Grande Treefrog Hypsiboas cymbalum
360. Camron Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa lignicolor
361. Canasi Frog Eleutherodactylus blairhedgesi
362. Cannatella's Andes Frog Hypodactylus lucida
363. Cannatella's Plump Toad Osornophryne talipes
364. Cape Caco Cacosternum capense
365. Cape Flats Frog Microbatrachella capensis
366. Cape Melville Treefrog Litoria andiirrmalin
367. Cape Platanna Xenopus gilli
368. Carabaya Stubfoot Toad Atelopus erythropus
369. Carabobo Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa borburata
370. Carchi Andes Frog Hypodactylus brunneus
371. Carchi Andes Toad Andinophryne colomai
372. Carchi Rocket Frog Hyloxalus delatorreae
373. Carphish Frog Melanophryne carpish
374. Cartago Worm Salamander Oedipina altura
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375. Carvalhoi Tree Toad Dendrophryniscus carvalhoi
376. Cascade Caverns Salamander Eurycea latitans
377. Cascade Torrent Salamander Rhyacotriton cascadae
378. Cascade Tree Frog Litoria pearsoniana
379. Cascades Frog Rana cascadae
380. Castillon Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus lamprotes
381. Catamarca Water Frog Telmatobius ceiorum
382. Cauca Poison Frog Ranitomeya bombetes
383. Cauca Rocket Frog Colostethus agilis
384. Caucasian Salamander Mertensiella caucasica
385. Cave Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla tecunumani
386. Cave Squeaker Frog Arthroleptis troglodytes
387. Cave Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis spelaeus
388. Cayenne Stubfoot Toad Atelopus flavescens
389. Cayey Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus jasperi
390. Ceiba Stream Frog Ptychohyla spinipollex
391. Celaque Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa celaque
392. Celebes Cross Frog Oreophryne celebensis
393. Central Coast Stubfoot Toad Atelopus franciscus
394. Central Humming Frog Chiasmocleis carvalhoi
395. Centrolene mariaelenae Centrolene mariaelenae
396. Centrolene robledoi Centrolene robledoi
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397. Cerro de Enmedio Moss Salamander Nototriton lignicola
398. Cerro Munchique Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca trachyceps
399. Cerro Pando Salamander Bolitoglossa compacta
400. Cerro Pando Worm Salamander Oedipina grandis
401. Cerro Pital Salamander Bolitoglossa synoria
402. Cerro Pozo de Agua Moss Salamander Nototriton brodiei
403. Cerro Saslaya Moss Salamander Nototriton saslaya
404. Ceylon Streamlined Frog Nannophrys ceylonensis
405. Chaco Water Frog Telmatobius verrucosus
406. Chalazodes Bubble-nest Frog Philautus chalazodes
407. Chamula Mountain Brook Frog Duellmanohyla chamulae
408. Chantaburi Bug-eyed Frog Theloderma stellatum
409. Chapa Bug-eyed Frog Theloderma bicolor
410. Chapa Spiny Frog Quasipaa verrucospinosa
411. Charadrahyla nephila Charadrahyla nephila
412. Charazani Treefrog Hyloscirtus charazani
413. Charles Darwin's Eastern Frog Ingerana charlesdarwini
414. Charta Treefrog Hyloscirtus denticulentus
415. Cheat Mountain Salamander Plethodon nettingi
416. Cheoah Bald Salamander Plethodon cheoah
417. Chevron-spotted Brown Frog Rana chevronta
418. Chiala Mountain Salamander Batrachuperus karlschmidti
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419. Chignahuapan Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton orculus
420. Chile Darwin's Frog Rhinoderma rufum
421. Chile Mountains False Toad Telmatobufo venustus
422. Chili Water Frog Telmatobius arequipensis
423. Chimalapa Toad Incilius tutelarius
424. Chimanimani Stream Frog Strongylopus rhodesianus
425. Chimbo Rocket Frog Hyloxalus infraguttatus
426. Chinamococh Stream Frog Ptychohyla sanctaecrucis
427. Chinese Giant Salamander Andrias davidianus
428. Chinese Lazy Toad Oreolalax pingii
429. Chinese Salamander Hynobius chinensis
430. Chinhai Spiny Newt Echinotriton chinhaiensis
431. Chiricahua Leopard Frog Lithobates chiricahuensis
432. Chirinda Toad Mertensophryne anotis
433. Chisholm Trail Salamander Eurycea chisholmensis
434. Chitwan Frog Hylarana chitwanensis
435. Choco Stubfoot Toad Atelopus chocoensis
436. Choco Toad Rhaebo hypomelas
437. Christian's Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca christiani
438. Cienega Colorado Worm Salamander Oedipina uniformis
439. Clarendon Parish Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus grabhami
440. Clarke's Banana Frog Afrixalus clarkei
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441. Clawtoed False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea unguidentis
442. Cliff Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus varians
443. Climbing Mantella Mantella laevigata
444. Cloud Forest Salamander Bolitoglossa carri
445. Cloud Forest Stream Frog Ptychohyla euthysanota
446. Cloud Forest Treefrog Megastomatohyla nubicola
447. Clouded Salamander Aneides ferreus
448. Coastal Ecuador Smoky Jungle Frog Leptodactylus peritoaktites
449. Coban Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa helmrichi
450. Cochabamba Water Frog Telmatobius sibiricus
451. Cochran Frog Nymphargus anomalus
452. Cochran Frog Nymphargus luminosus
453. Cochran Frog Nymphargus laurae
454. Cochran Frog Nymphargus megacheirus
455. Cochran Frog Nymphargus armatus
456. Cochran Frog Nymphargus cochranae
457. Cochran Frog Nymphargus garciae
458. Cochran Frog Nymphargus griffithsi
459. Cochran Frog Nymphargus ignotus
460. Cochran Frog Nymphargus posadae
461. Cochran Frog Nymphargus prasinus
462. Cochran Frog Nymphargus rosada
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463. Cochran Frog Nymphargus ruizi
464. Cochran Frog Nymphargus siren
465. Cochran's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea cochranae
466. Cochran's Running Frog Kassina cochranae
467. Cochranella nola Cochranella nola
468. Cochranella punctulata Cochranella punctulata
469. Cochranella saxiscandens Cochranella saxiscandens
470. Cochranella susatamai Cochranella susatamai
471. Cochranella xanthocheridia Cochranella xanthocheridia
472. Cofre de Perote Salamander Isthmura naucampatepetl
473. Colan Water Frog Telmatobius colanensis
474. Collins' Poison Frog Ranitomeya abdita
475. Colombian Backpack Frog Cryptobatrachus nicefori
476. Colombian Beaked Toad Rhinella nicefori
477. Colombian Giant Toad Rhaebo blombergi
478. Colonia Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus audanti
479. Colostethus awa Hyloxalus awa
480. Colostethus mertensi Colostethus mertensi
481. Columbia Torrent Salamander Rhyacotriton kezeri
482. Comal Blind Salamander Eurycea tridentifera
483. Common Lazy Toad Oreolalax major
484. Common Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis plicifer
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485. Common Mist Frog Litoria rheocola
486. Common Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton chiropterus
487. Common Tree Frog Isthmohyla calypsa
488. Conant's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea conanti
489. Conant's Salamander Bolitoglossa conanti
490. Concave-eared Odorous Frog Odorrana tormota
491. Condorir's Andes Frog Psychrophrynella condoriri
492. Condoto Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spurrelli
493. Confusing Toad Incilius perplexus
494. Continental Divide Treefrog Isthmohyla graceae
495. Contulmo Ground Frog Eupsophus contulmoensis
496. Cooco Andes Frog Psychrophrynella ankohuma
497. Cook's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus cooki
498. Cooloola Sedgefrog Litoria cooloolensis
499. Cooper's Black Caecilian Praslinia cooperi
500. Copan Brook Frog Duellmanohyla soralia
501. Copan Stream Frog Ptychohyla hypomykter
502. Copan Treefrog Ecnomiohyla salvaje
503. Cope's Brown Treefrog Ecnomiohyla minera
504. Cordillera Central Salamander Bolitoglossa nigrescens
505. Cordillera Central Treefrog Hyloscirtus larinopygion
506. Cordillera Talamanca Salamander Bolitoglossa sooyorum
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507. Cordoba Escuerzo Odontophrynus achalensis
508. Cordoba Toad Rhinella achalensis
509. Corroboree Frog Pseudophryne corroboree
510. Corsican Painted Frog Discoglossus montalentii
511. Cortes Salamander Cryptotriton nasalis
512. Costa Rica Brook Frog Duellmanohyla uranochroa
513. Costa Rican Variable Harlequin Toad Atelopus varius
514. Cowan's Madagascar Frog Mantidactylus cowanii
515. Cowan's Mantella Mantella cowanii
516. Cox's Stefania Treefrog Stefania coxi
517. Crater Salamander Bolitoglossa marmorea
518. Craugastor anciano Craugastor anciano
519. Craugastor andi Craugastor andi
520. Craugastor angelicus Craugastor angelicus
521. Craugastor aurilegulus Craugastor aurilegulus
522. Craugastor azueroensis Craugastor azueroensis
523. Craugastor catalinae Craugastor catalinae
524. Craugastor charadra Craugastor charadra
525. Craugastor coffeus Craugastor coffeus
526. Craugastor cruzi Craugastor cruzi
527. Craugastor daryi Craugastor daryi
528. Craugastor emcelae Craugastor emcelae
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529. Craugastor emleni Craugastor emleni
530. Craugastor epochthidius Craugastor epochthidius
531. Craugastor fecundus Craugastor fecundus
532. Craugastor fleischmanni Craugastor fleischmanni
533. Craugastor glaucus Craugastor glaucus
534. Craugastor greggi Craugastor greggi
535. Craugastor guerreroensis Craugastor guerreroensis
536. Craugastor gulosus Craugastor gulosus
537. Craugastor hobartsmithi Craugastor hobartsmithi
538. Craugastor inachus Craugastor inachus
539. Craugastor laevissimus Craugastor laevissimus
540. Craugastor lauraster Craugastor lauraster
541. Craugastor lineatus Craugastor lineatus
542. Craugastor megalotympanum Craugastor megalotympanum
543. Craugastor merendonensis Craugastor merendonensis
544. Craugastor montanus Craugastor montanus
545. Craugastor obesus Craugastor obesus
546. Craugastor olanchano Craugastor olanchano
547. Craugastor omiltemanus Craugastor omiltemanus
548. Craugastor omoaensis Craugastor omoaensis
549. Craugastor pechorum Craugastor pechorum
550. Craugastor polymniae Craugastor polymniae
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551. Craugastor pozo Craugastor pozo
552. Craugastor punctariolus Craugastor punctariolus
553. Craugastor ranoides Craugastor ranoides
554. Craugastor rhyacobatrachus Craugastor rhyacobatrachus
555. Craugastor sabrinus Craugastor sabrinus
556. Craugastor saltuarius Craugastor saltuarius
557. Craugastor sandersoni Craugastor sandersoni
558. Craugastor silvicola Craugastor silvicola
559. Craugastor spatulatus Craugastor spatulatus
560. Craugastor stadelmani Craugastor stadelmani
561. Craugastor stuarti Craugastor stuarti
562. Craugastor tabasarae Craugastor tabasarae
563. Craugastor taurus Craugastor taurus
564. Craugastor trachydermus Craugastor trachydermus
565. Craugastor uno Craugastor uno
566. Craugastor vulcani Craugastor vulcani
567. Craugastor alfredi Craugastor alfredi
568. Craugastor aphanus Craugastor aphanus
569. Craugastor berkenbuschii Craugastor berkenbuschii
570. Craugastor bocourti Craugastor bocourti
571. Craugastor brocchi Craugastor brocchi
572. Craugastor chac Craugastor chac
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573. Craugastor cyanochthebius Craugastor cyanochthebius
574. Craugastor decoratus Craugastor decoratus
575. Craugastor laticeps Craugastor laticeps
576. Craugastor matudai Craugastor matudai
577. Craugastor persimilis Craugastor persimilis
578. Craugastor podiciferus Craugastor podiciferus
579. Craugastor psephosypharus Craugastor psephosypharus
580. Craugastor pygmaeus Craugastor pygmaeus
581. Craugastor rhodopis Craugastor rhodopis
582. Craugastor rivulus Craugastor rivulus
583. Craugastor rostralis Craugastor rostralis
584. Craugastor tarahumaraensis Craugastor tarahumaraensis
585. Craugastor xucanebi Craugastor xucanebi
586. Craugastor yucatanensis Craugastor yucatanensis
587. Crawfish Frog Lithobates areolatus
588. Crepidophryne chompipe Crepidophryne chompipe
589. Cretan Frog Pelophylax cretensis
590. Cricket Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus gryllus
591. Crobett's Gap Bubble-nest Frog Philautus mooreorum
592. Cross-backed Bubble-nest Frog Philautus signatus
593. Cruz's Treefrog Aplastodiscus cavicola
594. Cuban High-crested Toad Peltophryne gundlachi
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595. Cuban Long-nosed Toad Peltophryne longinasus
596. Cuban Pine Toad Peltophryne cataulaciceps
597. Cuban Red-rumped Frog Eleutherodactylus acmonis
598. Cuban Small-eared Toad Peltophryne empusa
599. Cuban Spotted Toad Peltophryne taladai
600. Cuchumatanas Bromeliad Salamander Dendrotriton cuchumatanus
601. Culata Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa orestes
602. Culion Frog Hylarana moellendorffi
603. Cumberland Dusky Salamander Desmognathus abditus
604. Cundall's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus cundalli
605. Cuyuja Robber Frog Hypodactylus elassodiscus
606. Cuzco Cochran Frog Cochranella spiculata
607. Dahaoping Sucker Frog Amolops viridimaculatus
608. Daiyun Sucker Frog Amolops daiyunensis
609. Daleswanson's Poison Frog Ranitomeya daleswansoni
610. Dammerman's Wart Frog Limnonectes dammermani
611. Danube Crested Newt Triturus dobrogicus
612. Dapitan Peak Bubble-nest Frog Philautus surrufus
613. Darien Stubfoot Toad Atelopus certus
614. Darwin's Frog Rhinoderma darwinii
615. Davao Cross Frog Oreophryne anulata
616. Davies' Tree Frog Litoria daviesae
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617. Dayang Newt Cynops orphicus
618. Dayao Flying Frog Rhacophorus minimus
619. de l'Isalo Madagascar Frog Mantidactylus noralottae
620. Decary's Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis decaryi
621. Deccan Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus deccanensis
622. Del Norte Salamander Plethodon elongatus
623. Demonic Poison Frog Minyobates steyermarki
624. Dendropsophus gryllatus Dendropsophus gryllatus
625. Dennis' Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus dennisi
626. Desert Rain Frog Breviceps macrops
627. Desert Slender Salamander Batrachoseps aridus
628. Dime Forest Treefrog Leptopelis vannutellii
629. Diminutive Forest Frog Platymantis mimulus
630. Disc-fingered Reed Frog Hyperolius discodactylus
631. Dizangue Reed Frog Hyperolius bopeleti
632. Djikoro Wart Frog Limnonectes arathooni
633. Doflein's Salamander Bolitoglossa dofleini
634. Doris' Poison Frog Ranitomeya dorisswansonae
635. Dotted Grainy Frog Kalophrynus punctatus
636. Dotted Lazy Toad Oreolalax multipunctatus
637. Dring's Asian Toad Leptolalax dringi
638. Dring's Borneo Frog Leptobrachella brevicrus
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639. Dring's Grainy Frog Kalophrynus nubicola
640. Dring's Horned Frog Xenophrys dringi
641. Du Toit's Torrent Frog Petropedetes dutoiti
642. Dubois' Bubble-nest Frog Philautus duboisi
643. Dubois' Paa Frog Nanorana rostandi
644. Dulit Flying Frog Rhacophorus dulitensis
645. Dunn's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa dunni
646. Dusky Gopher Frog Lithobates sevosus
647. Dwarf Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa minutula
648. Dwarf Coqui Eleutherodactylus unicolor
649. Dwarf False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea parva
650. Dwarf Grass Frog Eleutherodactylus adelus
651. Dwarf Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton dimidiatus
652. Earless Toad Bufo cryptotympanicus
653. Eastern Crested Toad Peltophryne fracta
654. Eastern Owl Frog Heleioporus australiacus
655. Eastern Squeaker Arthroleptis xenodactylus
656. Ecnomiohyla miliaria Ecnomiohyla miliaria
657. Ecnomiohyla phantasmagoria Ecnomiohyla phantasmagoria
658. Ecuador Horned Treefrog Hemiphractus bubalus
659. Ecuador Leaf Frog Noblella lochites
660. Ecuadorian Blue Glass Frog Cochranella mache
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661. Edough Ribbed Newt Pleurodeles poireti
662. Edwards' Rocket Frog Hyloxalus edwardsi
663. Efulen Water Frog Petropedetes palmipes
664. Eileen's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus eileenae
665. El Chape Toad Rhinella justinianoi
666. El Cusuco Salamander Bolitoglossa diaphora
667. El Empalme Worm Salamander Oedipina paucidentata
668. El Pepino Treefrog Hyloscirtus torrenticola
669. El Rincon Stream Frog Somuncuria somuncurensis
670. El Tambo Stubfoot Toad Atelopus longibrachius
671. El Tovar Glass Frog Cochranella revocata
672. Elegant Madagascar Frog Spinomantis elegans
673. Elegant Stubfoot Toad Atelopus elegans
674. Emerald-green Flying Frog Rhacophorus prasinatus
675. Emperor Newt Tylototriton shanjing
676. Engelhardt's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa engelhardti
677. Epirus Water Frog Pelophylax epeiroticus
678. Erlanger's Grassland Frog Ptychadena erlangeri
679. Espada's Rocket Frog Hyloxalus pulchellus
680. Estrada's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus melacara
681. Ethiopian Banana Frog Afrixalus enseticola
682. Eungella Day Frog Taudactylus eungellensis
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683. Eungella Tinker Frog Taudactylus liemi
684. Everett's Flying Frog Rhacophorus everetti
685. Exerodonta chimalapa Exerodonta chimalapa
686. Exerodonta xera Exerodonta xera
687. Fairy Treefrog Charadrahyla chaneque
688. Falcon Toad Rhinella sternosignata
689. Falls Reed Frog Hyperolius polystictus
690. False Cienega Colorado Worm Salamander Oedipina pseudouniformis
691. Fanged River Frog Limnonectes macrodon
692. Farmland Green Flying Frog Rhacophorus arvalis
693. Faro Island Treefrog Litoria lutea
694. Fastigo Whipping Frog Polypedates fastigo
695. Fausto's Button Frog Cycloramphus faustoi
696. Fazil Lycian Salamander Lyciasalamandra fazilae
697. Fejervarya sahyadris Fejervarya sahyadris
698. Fernando's Giant Glass Frog Centrolene fernandoi
699. Fiji Ground Frog Platymantis vitianus
700. Fiji Tree Frog Platymantis vitiensis
701. Finca Chibigui Salamander Bolitoglossa medemi
702. Fire Salamander Salamandra infraimmaculata
703. Firschein's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea firscheini
704. Fitzroy's Wood Frog Batrachyla fitzroya
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705. Flat-headed Water Frog Telmatobius platycephalus
706. Fleay's Barred-frog Mixophyes fleayi
707. Florentino's Cuban Toad Peltophryne florentinoi
708. Florida Bog Frog Lithobates okaloosae
709. Foothill Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus semipalmatus
710. Foothill Yellow-legged Frog Rana boylii
711. Forest Banana Frog Afrixalus sylvaticus
712. Forest Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis silvanus
713. Forest Rain Frog Breviceps sylvestris
714. Forest Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla glandulosa
715. Forest Stubfoot Toad Atelopus farci
716. Four-digit Toad Didynamipus sjostedti
717. Four-eyed Frog Pleurodema bibroni
718. Fourche Mountain Salamander Plethodon fourchensis
719. Fragile Wart Frog Limnonectes fragilis
720. Frankenberg's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus frankenbergi
721. Franklin's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa franklini
722. Freetown Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa aureoli
723. French Cave Salamander Speleomantes strinatii
724. Freycinet's Frog Litoria freycineti
725. Frosted Flatwoods Salamander Ambystoma cingulatum
726. Fuhrmann's Backpack Frog Cryptobatrachus fuhrmanni
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727. Fujian Rough-skinned Frog Glandirana minima
728. Gadgil's Tropical Frog Micrixalus gadgili
729. Gadow's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea gadovii
730. Galeana False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea galeanae
731. Gallardo's Toad Rhinella gallardoi
732. Gardiner's Seychelles Frog Sechellophryne gardineri
733. Garo Hills Bubble-nest Frog Philautus garo
734. Gastrotheca antomia Gastrotheca antomia
735. Gastrotheca stictopleura Gastrotheca stictopleura
736. Gastrotheca zeugocystis Gastrotheca zeugocystis
737. Gene's Cave Salamander Atylodes genei
738. Georgia Blind Salamander Eurycea wallacei
739. Ghana River Frog Phrynobatrachus ghanensis
740. Ghats Wart Frog Fejervarya murthii
741. Gia Lia Eastern Spadefoot Toad Leptobrachium banae
742. Giant Barred River-frog Mixophyes iteratus
743. Giant Ditch Frog Leptodactylus fallax
744. Giant Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca ovifera
745. Giant Philippine Frog Limnonectes magnus
746. Giant Rain Frog Breviceps gibbosus
747. Giant Spiny Frog Quasipaa spinosa
748. Giant Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus karnatakaensis
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749. Gigante Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis insulatus
750. Glandular Frog Litoria subglandulosa
751. Godman's Treefrog Tlalocohyla godmani
752. Goebel's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea goebeli
753. Gold-spotted Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca aureomaculata
754. Goldbelly Reed Frog Hyperolius chrysogaster
755. Golden Bell Frog Litoria aurea
756. Golden Frog Hylarana aurantiaca
757. Golden Mantella Mantella aurantiaca
758. Golden Minute Salamander Thorius aureus
759. Golden Poison Frog Phyllobates terribilis
760. Golden Shrub Frog Philautus auratus
761. Golden Treefrog Plectrohyla chryses
762. Golden-striped Salamander Chioglossa lusitanica
763. Golfodulcean Poison Frog Phyllobates vittatus
764. Goliath Frog Conraua goliath
765. Gopher Frog Rana capito
766. Gorgan Mountain Salamander Paradactylodon gorganensis
767. Gorzula's Amazon Treefrog Tepuihyla rimarum
768. Graceful Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton cracens
769. Graham's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus grahami
770. Grand Cafe Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pinchoni
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771. Grand Minute Salamander Thorius grandis
772. Granular Asian Toad Leptolalax tuberosus
773. Granular Poison Frog Oophaga granulifera
774. Granular Salamander Ambystoma granulosum
775. Grassland Forest Treefrog Leptopelis yaldeni
776. Great Peeping Frog Eleutherodactylus grandis
777. Great Piebald Horned Toad Xenophrys giganticus
778. Greater Bromeliad Treefrog Bromeliohyla dendroscarta
779. Greater Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla avia
780. Greater Spiny Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis spiniferus
781. Greater Tip-nosed Frog Odorrana supranarina
782. Green And Gold Frog Litoria raniformis
783. Green And Red Venter Harlequin Toad Atelopus pinangoi
784. Green Bromeliad Frog Osteopilus wilderi
785. Green Bubble-nest Frog Philautus viridis
786. Green Cave Frog Eleutherodactylus chlorophenax
787. Green Mantella Mantella viridis
788. Green Poison Frog Ranitomeya viridis
789. Green Salamander Aneides aeneus
790. Green-eyed Frog Lithobates vibicarius
791. Green-thighed Frog Litoria brevipalmata
792. Grey's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus greyi
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793. Gristle-Headed Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton chondrostega
794. Guacamayo Plump Toad Osornophryne guacamayo
795. Guajira Stubfoot Toad Atelopus carrikeri
796. Gualecenita Stubfoot Toad Atelopus nepiozomus
797. Guanahacabibes Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus guanahacabibes
798. Guangxi Warty Newt Paramesotriton guanxiensis
799. Guaniguanic Yellow-mottled Frog Eleutherodactylus goini
800. Guantanamo Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus guantanamera
801. Guanujo Stubfoot Toad Atelopus guanujo
802. Guaramacal Salamander Bolitoglossa guaramacalensis
803. Guatemala Plateau Frog Lithobates macroglossa
804. Guatemala Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla guatemalensis
805. Guatemala Stream Frog Ptychohyla panchoi
806. Guatemalan Bromeliad Salamander Dendrotriton rabbi
807. Guerreran Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa hermosa
808. Guerreran Leopard Frog Lithobates omiltemanus
809. Guerreran Peeping Frog Eleutherodactylus dilatus
810. Guerreran Stream Frog Ptychohyla salvadorensis
811. Guerrero Stream Frog Ptychohyla erythromma
812. Guibe's Bright-eyed Frog Spinomantis microtis
813. Guibe's Madagascar Frog Spinomantis guibei
814. Guille's Andes Frog Psychrophrynella guillei
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815. Guinea River Frog Phrynobatrachus guineensis
816. Guinea Screeching Frog Arthroleptis crusculum
817. Gundia Indian Frog Indirana gundia
818. Gundlach's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus gundlachi
819. Gunther's Borneo Frog Meristogenys jerboa
820. Gunther's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus microtympanum
821. Gunther's Caribbean Toad Peltophryne guentheri
822. Gunther's Flathead Toad Pelophryne guentheri
823. Gunther's Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca guentheri
824. Gunther's Whipping Frog Polypedates eques
825. Gunther's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis guentheri
826. Gunung Bubble-nest Frog Philautus gunungensis
827. Gunung Mulu Borneo Frog Leptobrachella parva
828. Gunung Mulu Bubble-nest Frog Philautus tectus
829. Gunung Mulu Stream Toad Ansonia torrentis
830. Habana Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus limbatus
831. Hainan Flathead Toad Parapelophryne scalpta
832. Hainan Frog Odorrana hainanensis
833. Hainan Knobby Newt Tylototriton hainanensis
834. Hainan Spadefoot Toad Leptobrachium hainanense
835. Hainan Torrent Frog Amolops hainanensis
836. Hainan Wart Frog Fejervarya greenii
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837. Hakuba Salamander Hynobius hidamontanus
838. Half-stripe Bromeliad Frog Eleutherodactylus heminota
839. Halliday's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus hallidayi
840. Hamilton's Frog Leiopelma hamiltoni
841. Handapan Bubble-nest Frog Philautus silvaticus
842. Handapan Ell Bubble-nest Frog Philautus lunatus
843. Handapan Ella Bubble-nest Frog Philautus poppiae
844. Haraldmeier's Mantella Mantella haraldmeieri
845. Harlequin Frog Atelopus pulcher
846. Harrisson's Flying Frog Rhacophorus harrissoni
847. Hartweg's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa hartwegi
848. Hartweg's Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla hartwegi
849. Harvey's Andes Frog Psychrophrynella harveyi
850. Haycock Bubble-nest Frog Philautus nemus
851. Haycock Shrub Frog Philautus limbus
852. Hazel's Treefrog Plectrohyla hazelae
853. Hazel's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis hazelae
854. Hedrick's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus hedricki
855. Heinrich's Wart Frog Limnonectes heinrichi
856. Hejiang Spiny Frog Quasipaa robertingeri
857. Hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganiensis
858. Hellmich's Rocket Frog Hyloxalus vergeli
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859. Helmeted Water Toad Calyptocephalella gayi
860. Heredia Treefrog Ecnomiohyla fimbrimembra
861. Hernandez's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus monohernandezii
862. Herveo Plump Toad Osornophryne percrassa
863. Hewitt's Ghost Frog Heleophryne hewitti
864. Highland Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa venusta
865. Hispaniola Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus leoncei
866. Hispaniolan Crestless Toad Peltophryne fluviatica
867. Hispaniolan Crowned Frog Eleutherodactylus corona
868. Hispaniolan Giant Treefrog Osteopilus vastus
869. Hispaniolan Montane Frog Eleutherodactylus montanus
870. Hispaniolan Wheeping Frog Eleutherodactylus minutus
871. Hispaniolan Yellow Treefrog Osteopilus pulchrilineatus
872. Hochstetter's Frog Leiopelma hochstetteri
873. Hocking's Water Frog Telmatobius hockingi
874. Hoffmann's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus hoffmanni
875. Hogsback Frog Anhydrophryne rattrayi
876. Hokuriku Salamander Hynobius takedai
877. Holst's Frog Babina holsti
878. Holy-mountain Salamander Bolitoglossa heiroreias
879. Honduran Brook Frog Duellmanohyla salvavida
880. Honduras Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla dasypus
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881. Honduras White-lipped Frog Leptodactylus silvanimbus
882. Hong Kong Cascade Frog Amolops hongkongensis
883. Hong Kong Spiny Frog Quasipaa exilispinosa
884. Hong Kong Warty Newt Paramesotriton hongkongensis
885. Horned Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca cornuta
886. Horned Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis cornutus
887. Hosmer's Frog Cophixalus hosmeri
888. Hotel Zaracay Salamander Bolitoglossa chica
889. Houston Toad Bufo houstonensis
890. Huahachuco Water Frog Telmatobius brevipes
891. Huanuco Water Frog Telmatobius punctatus
892. Huila Stubfoot Toad Atelopus ebenoides
893. Humbali Village Toad Bufo koynayensis
894. Hyalinobatrachium cardiacalyptum Hyalinobatrachium cardiacalyptum
895. Hyalinobatrachium crybetes Hyalinobatrachium crybetes
896. Hyalinobatrachium esmeralda Hyalinobatrachium esmeralda
897. Hyalinobatrachium guairarepanense Hyalinobatrachium guairarepanense
898. Hyalinobatrachium pallidum Hyalinobatrachium pallidum
899. Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum
900. Hyalinobatrachium aureoguttatum Hyalinobatrachium aureoguttatum
901. Hyalinobatrachium fragile Hyalinobatrachium fragile
902. Hyalinobatrachium ibama Hyalinobatrachium ibama
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903. Hyalinobatrachium orientale Hyalinobatrachium orientale
904. Hyla bocourti Hyla bocourti
905. Hyla heinzsteinitzi Hyla heinzsteinitzi
906. Hylarana mangyanum Hylarana mangyanum
907. Hyloscirtus jahni Hyloscirtus jahni
908. Hypsiboas cipoensis Hypsiboas cipoensis
909. Ian's Andes Frog Psychrophrynella iani
910. Iberian Frog Rana iberica
911. Iberian Midwife Toad Alytes cisternasii
912. Icacos White-lipped Frog Leptodactylus nesiotus
913. Illiman's Andes Frog Psychrophrynella illimani
914. Imperial Cave Salamander Speleomantes imperialis
915. Incachaca Toad Rhinella quechua
916. Incilius macrocristatus Incilius macrocristatus
917. Independencia Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus parabates
918. Indian Flying Frog Pterorana khare
919. Indian Toad Bufo parietalis
920. Inger's Asian Tree Toad Pedostibes rugosus
921. Inger's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus ingeri
922. Inger's Flying Frog Rhacophorus gauni
923. Inger's Robber Frog Strabomantis ingeri
924. Inger's Wart Frog Limnonectes ingeri
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925. Ingerophrynus kumquat Ingerophrynus kumquat
926. Inquisivi Andes Frog Psychrophrynella quimsacruzis
927. Inquisivi Water Frog Telmatobius espadai
928. Interior Digging Frog Plethodontohyla tuberata
929. Interior Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus locustus
930. Inyanga Toad Vandijkophrynus inyangae
931. Inyangani River Frog Amietia inyangae
932. Inyo Mountains Salamander Batrachoseps campi
933. Irangi River Frog Phrynobatrachus irangi
934. Isaka-Ivondro Madagascar Frog Spinomantis bertini
935. Isalo Bright-eyed Frog Boophis occidentalis
936. Isalo Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis corvus
937. Isarog Forest Frog Platymantis isarog
938. Ischnocnema epipeda Ischnocnema epipeda
939. Ischnocnema manezinho Ischnocnema manezinho
940. Ischnocnema oea Ischnocnema oea
941. Ishikawa's Frog Odorrana ishikawae
942. Isla Bonita Treefrog Isthmohyla debilis
943. Israel Painted Frog Discoglossus nigriventer
944. Isthmohyla insolita Isthmohyla insolita
945. Isthmohyla melacaena Isthmohyla melacaena
946. Italian Agile Frog Rana latastei
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947. Italian Cave Salamander Speleomantes italicus
948. Itatiaia Highland Frog Holoaden bradei
949. Ivory Coast Frog Hylarana occidentalis
950. Ivory Coast Running Frog Kassina arboricola
951. Ivory Coast Wart Frog Acanthixalus sonjae
952. Ixil Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla ixil
953. Izecksohn's Brazilian Treefrog Xenohyla truncata
954. Izecksohn's Bromeliad Frog Crossodactylodes izecksohni
955. Izecksohn's Guanabara Frog Euparkerella robusta
956. Jacobson's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus jacobsoni
957. Jaeger's Bright-eyed Frog Boophis jaegeri
958. Jalpa False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea exspectata
959. Jamaica Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus jamaicensis
960. Jamaican Red-eyed Frog Eleutherodactylus nubicola
961. Jamaican Snoring Frog Osteopilus crucialis
962. Japanese Giant Salamander  WATCH A LIVE JAPANESE GIANT SALAMANDER Andrias japonicus
963. Java Flying Frog Rhacophorus margaritifer
964. Java Indonesian Treefrog Nyctixalus margaritifer
965. Javan Torrent Frog Huia masonii
966. Jelak Asian Toad Leptolalax hamidi
967. Jemez Mountains Salamander Plethodon neomexicanus
968. Jeweled Toad Incilius gemmifer
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969. Jin Jiang Sucker Frog Amolops jinjiangensis
970. Jingdong Frog Odorrana jingdongensis
971. Jingdong Lazy Toad Oreolalax jingdongensis
972. Jinxiu Bubble-nest Frog Philautus jinxiuensis
973. Jiulong Spiny Frog Quasipaa jiulongensis
974. Johnson's Horned Treefrog Hemiphractus johnsoni
975. Johnston's River Frog Amietia johnstoni
976. Johnston's Water Frog Petropedetes johnstoni
977. Jollyville Plateau Salamander Eurycea tonkawae
978. Jondachi Treefrog Hyloscirtus staufferorum
979. Jozani River Frog Phrynobatrachus ungujae
980. Jozani Running Frog Kassina jozani
981. Juanita's Earless Treefrog Exerodonta juanitae
982. Jujuy Water Frog Telmatobius hypselocephalus
983. Jumrum Australian Treefrog Litoria myola
984. Junaluska Salamander Eurycea junaluska
985. Junin Andes Frog Psychrophrynella kempffi
986. Junlian Odorous Frog Odorrana junlianensis
987. Kabatangan Frog Hylarana tipanan
988. Kadamaian Stream Toad Ansonia hanitschi
989. Kajang Asian Toad Leptolalax kajangensis
990. Kalakad Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus vasanthi
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991. Kalakkad Flying Frog Rhacophorus calcadensis
992. Kalang Wart Frog Limnonectes rhacoda
993. Kalinga Narrowmouth Toad Kaloula kalingensis
994. Kamboranga Bubble-nest Frog Philautus amoenus
995. Kamborangah Borneo Frog Leptobrachella baluensis
996. Kampira Falls Frog Babina psaltes
997. Kandy Bubble-nest Frog Philautus pleurotaenia
998. Kangaroo Bubble-nest Frog Philautus macropus
999. Kangting Sucker Frog Amolops kangtingensis
1000. Kanneliya Dot Frog Ramanella nagaoi
1001. Kapit Borneo Frog Meristogenys phaeomerus
1002. Kapit Rice Frog Microhyla petrigena
1003. Kaplan's Garagoa Treefrog Dendropsophus stingi
1004. Karissimbi Forest Treefrog Leptopelis karissimbensis
1005. Karl's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus karlschmidti
1006. Karnataka Bubble-nest Frog Philautus charius
1007. Karnataka Rice Frog Microhyla sholigari
1008. Karpathos Frog Pelophylax cerigensis
1009. Karpathos Lycian Salamander Lyciasalamandra helverseni
1010. Keelsnout Treefrog Plectrohyla mykter
1011. Keith's Striped Frog Phlyctimantis keithae
1012. Kelaart's Dwarf Toad Adenomus kelaartii
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1013. Kerala Indian Frog Indirana phrynoderma
1014. Kerangas Bubble-nest Frog Philautus kerangae
1015. Kern Canyon Slender Salamander Batrachoseps simatus
1016. Kern Plateau Salamander Batrachoseps robustus
1017. Khaki Bromeliad Frog Eleutherodactylus fowleri
1018. Khastor Water Frog Telmatobius huayra
1019. Kiau Borneo Frog Meristogenys kinabaluensis
1020. Kihanga Reed Frog Hyperolius kihangensis
1021. Kina Balu Stream Toad Ansonia spinulifer
1022. Kinabalu Asian Toad Leptolalax maurus
1023. Kinabalu Horned Frog Xenophrys baluensis
1024. Kinabalu Spadefoot Toad Leptobrachium gunungense
1025. Kings River Slender Salamander Batrachoseps regius
1026. Kitumbeine Stream Frog Strongylopus kitumbeine
1027. Kivu Banana Frog Afrixalus orophilus
1028. Kivu Screeching Frog Arthroleptis pyrrhoscelis
1029. Kivu Tree Frog Leptopelis kivuensis
1030. Klemmer's Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis klemmeri
1031. Klinikowski's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus klinikowskii
1032. Knysna Banana Frog Afrixalus knysnae
1033. Kobayashi's Horned Frog Megophrys kobayashii
1034. Kogelberg Reserve Frog Poyntonia paludicola
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1035. Koh Chang Island Frog Hylarana mortenseni
1036. Kokagala Streamlined Frog Nannophrys naeyakai
1037. Kokoe Poison Frog Phyllobates aurotaenia
1038. Komodo Cross Frog Oreophryne jeffersoniana
1039. Koskulana Bubble-nest Frog Philautus cuspis
1040. Kotagama's Dwarf Toad Bufo kotagamai
1041. Kottawa Bubble-nest Frog Philautus folicola
1042. Kottigehar Tropical Frog Micrixalus kottigeharensis
1043. Krefft's River Frog Phrynobatrachus krefftii
1044. Kroombit Tinker Frog Taudactylus pleione
1045. Kuang-wu Shan Frog Odorrana kuangwuensis
1046. Kurdistan Spotted Newt Neurergus microspilotus
1047. Kurintji Flying Frog Rhacophorus bifasciatus
1048. Kwang-yang Asian Frog Nanorana quadranus
1049. La Arboleda Stubfoot Toad Atelopus muisca
1050. La Banderita Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca gracilis
1051. La Estrella Salamander Nototriton picadoi
1052. La Fortuna Worm Salamander Oedipina gephyra
1053. La Guitarra Stubfoot Toad Atelopus guitarraensis
1054. La Horma Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pituinus
1055. La Hotte Glanded Frog Eleutherodactylus glandulifer
1056. La Hotte Whistling Frog Eleutherodactylus eunaster
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1057. La Hoya Minute Salamander Thorius minydemus
1058. La Loma Tree Frog Hyloscirtus colymba
1059. La Maya Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus ionthus
1060. La Palma Salamander Bolitoglossa subpalmata
1061. La Rioja Water Frog Telmatobius schreiteri
1062. La Selle Grass Frog Eleutherodactylus glanduliferoides
1063. La Selle Long-legged Frog Eleutherodactylus darlingtoni
1064. La Selle Red-legged Frog Eleutherodactylus furcyensis
1065. La Siberia Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca lauzuricae
1066. Labang Rice Frog Microhyla perparva
1067. Laggala Bubble-nest Frog Philautus fulvus
1068. Laguna del Bay Frog Hylarana similis
1069. Laguna Toad Rhinella nesiotes
1070. Lake Lerma Salamander Ambystoma lermaense
1071. Lake Oku Clawed Frog Xenopus longipes
1072. Lake Patzcuaro Salamander Ambystoma dumerilii
1073. Landdros Moss Frog Arthroleptella landdrosia
1074. Lanza's Alpine Salamander Salamandra lanzai
1075. Lanza's Frog Lanzarana largeni
1076. Laos Sucker Frog Amolops cremnobatus
1077. Larch Mountain Salamander Plethodon larselli
1078. Large Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus major
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1079. Large-crested Toad Incilius cristatus
1080. Large-spined Bell Toad Bombina fortinuptialis
1081. Las Minas Frog Lithobates chichicuahutla
1082. Las Palmas Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla quecchi
1083. Laurent's Night Frog Astylosternus laurenti
1084. Lawton's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis lawtoni
1085. Leaping False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea saltator
1086. Leber's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus leberi
1087. Legler's Stream Frog Ptychohyla legleri
1088. Lehmann's Poison Frog Oophaga lehmanni
1089. Lehmann's Rocket Frog Hyloxalus lehmanni
1090. Leishan Spiny Toad Leptobrachium leishanense
1091. Lemur Leaf Frog Hylomantis lemur
1092. Leora's Stream Salamander Ambystoma leorae
1093. Leprous False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea leprosa
1094. Leprus Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus leprus
1095. Leptobrachium echinatum Leptobrachium echinatum
1096. Leptolalax arayai Leptolalax arayai
1097. Lesser Bromeliad Treefrog Plectrohyla arborescandens
1098. Lesser Stream Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis rivicola
1099. Lewis' Stubfoot Toad Atelopus chiriquiensis
1100. Leyte Bubble-nest Frog Philautus leitensis
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1101. Liangbei Lazy Toad Oreolalax liangbeiensis
1102. Liberia River Frog Phrynobatrachus liberiensis
1103. Lichuan Bell Toad Bombina lichuanensis
1104. Lichuan Lazy Toad Oreolalax lichuanensis
1105. Lifan Sucker Frog Amolops lifanensis
1106. Light Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus luteolus
1107. Lightfoot's Moss Frog Arthroleptella lightfooti
1108. Lily Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus mariposa
1109. Limestone Salamander Hydromantes brunus
1110. Limnonectes asperatus Limnonectes asperatus
1111. Limnonectes toumanoffi Limnonectes toumanoffi
1112. Limon Worm Salamander Oedipina alfaroi
1113. Limosa Stubfoot Toad Atelopus limosus
1114. Lincoln's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa lincolni
1115. Linda's Treefrog Hyloscirtus lindae
1116. Lined Treefrog Litoria quadrilineata
1117. Litoria jungguy Litoria jungguy
1118. Little Corn Island Frog Lithobates miadis
1119. Loja Rocket Frog Hyloxalus elachyhistus
1120. Loja Water Frog Telmatobius cirrhacelis
1121. Loka Flying Frog Rhacophorus monticola
1122. Lolokou Sucker Frog Amolops loloensis
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1123. Lombok Cross Frog Oreophryne monticola
1124. Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa alsco
1125. Long-fingered Stream Toad Ansonia longidigita
1126. Long-legged Brown Frog Rana longicrus
1127. Long-nosed Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa rostrata
1128. Longdong Stream Salamander Batrachuperus londongensis
1129. Longest Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa longissima
1130. Longfoot Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus longipes
1131. Longnose Bromeliad Salamander Dendrotriton megarhinus
1132. Longtail False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea longicauda
1133. Lonnbergs Toad Mertensophryne lonnbergi
1134. Los Bracitos Treefrog Hypsiboas heilprini
1135. Los Diamantes Worm Salamander Oedipina carablanca
1136. Los Queules Ground Frog Eupsophus queulensis
1137. Loud Big-eyed Treefrog Litoria avocalis
1138. Loveridge's Forest Frog Probreviceps loveridgei
1139. Loveridge's Frog Philoria loveridgei
1140. Lower Cerro Minute Salamander Thorius pulmonaris
1141. Lowland Grainy Frog Kalophrynus palmatissimus
1142. Lubok Antu Bubble-nest Frog Philautus refugii
1143. Luidan Stream Toad Ansonia platysoma
1144. Lungshen Odorous Frog Odorrana lungshengensis
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1145. Luschan's Salamander Lyciasalamandra luschani
1146. Lutz's River Frog Thoropa lutzi
1147. Luvubu Reed Frog Hyperolius leleupi
1148. Luzon Fanged Frog Limnonectes macrocephalus
1149. Luzon Frog Hylarana luzonensis
1150. Luzon Narrow-mouthed Frog Kaloula rigida
1151. Luzon Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis luzonensis
1152. Lynch's Colombian Treefrog Hyloscirtus lynchi
1153. Lynch's Giant Glass Frog Centrolene lynchi
1154. Lynch's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus lynchi
1155. Lynn's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus alticola
1156. Mable's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus jugans
1157. Macaya Burrowing Frog Eleutherodactylus parapelates
1158. Macaya Dusky Frog Eleutherodactylus ventrilineatus
1159. MacConnell's Bush Toad Oreophrynella macconnelli
1160. MacDougall's Minute Salamanders Thorius macdougalli
1161. Madagascan Mantella Mantella madagascariensis
1162. Madagascar Climbing Frog Anodonthyla rouxae
1163. Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis azzurrae
1164. Madagascar Giant Treefrog Platypelis alticola
1165. Madagascar Jumping Frog Aglyptodactylus laticeps
1166. Madagascar Rain Frog Scaphiophryne madagascariensis
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1167. Magdalena Giant Glass Frog Centrolene tayrona
1168. Magnificent Broodfrog Pseudophryne covacevichae
1169. Magnificent Web-footed Salamander Bolitoglossa magnifica
1170. Mahajanga Reed Frog Heterixalus carbonei
1171. Maharira Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis runewsweeki
1172. Mahe Caecilian Grandisonia brevis
1173. Maisi Frog Eleutherodactylus bresslerae
1174. Malabar Black Narrow-mouthed Frog Melanobatrachus indicus
1175. Malabar Dot Frog Ramanella triangularis
1176. Malabar Indian Frog Indirana diplosticta
1177. Malabar Tropical Frog Micrixalus saxicola
1178. Malaysian Borneo Frog Meristogenys poecilus
1179. Malaysian Bubble-nest Frog Philautus disgregus
1180. Malaysian Flying Frog Rhacophorus rufipes
1181. Malaysian Grainy Frog Kalophrynus baluensis
1182. Malcolm's Ethiopia Toad Altiphrynoides malcolmi
1183. Maldonado Redbelly Toad Melanophryniscus moreirae
1184. Malesian Frog Limnonectes malesianus
1185. Mallorcan Midwife Toad Alytes muletensis
1186. Malvasa Stubfoot Toad Atelopus eusebianus
1187. Mangrove Frog Eleutherodactylus caribe
1188. Mangshan Horned Toad Xenophrys mangshanensis
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1189. Mannophryne trujillensis Mannophryne trujillensis
1190. Mannophryne riveroi Mannophryne riveroi
1191. Mannophryne yustizi Mannophryne yustizi
1192. Mannophryne neblina Mannophryne neblina
1193. Mannophryne leonardoi Mannophryne leonardoi
1194. Mannophryne lamarcai Mannophryne lamarcai
1195. Mannophryne cordilleriana Mannophryne cordilleriana
1196. Mannophryne collaris Mannophryne collaris
1197. Mannophryne caquetio Mannophryne caquetio
1198. Mannophryne olmonae Mannophryne olmonae
1199. Mannophryne herminae Mannophryne herminae
1200. Mannophryne trinitatis Mannophryne trinitatis
1201. Mannophryne venezuelensis Mannophryne venezuelensis
1202. Mantidactylus delormei Mantidactylus delormei
1203. Maranon Poison Frog Excitobates mysteriosus
1204. Marbled Dot Frog Ramanella mormorata
1205. Marbled Rain Frog Scaphiophryne marmorata
1206. Marbled Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus saxatilis
1207. Marbled Streamlined Frog Nannophrys marmorata
1208. Marbled Water Frog Telmatobius marmoratus
1209. Maria's Giant Glass Frog Cochranella mariae
1210. Maritime Worm Salamander Oedipina maritima
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1211. Marmaris Salamander Lyciasalamandra flavimembris
1212. Martinique Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus martinicensis
1213. Masarang Frog Hylarana macrops
1214. Masked Tree Frog Rhacophorus angulirostris
1215. Matang Asian Toad Leptolalax gracilis
1216. Matang Stream Toad Ansonia leptopus
1217. Matheran Indian Frog Indirana leithii
1218. Matouba Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus barlagnei
1219. Matuda's Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla matudai
1220. Maud Island Frog Leiopelma pakeka
1221. Mauroa White-lipped Frog Leptodactylus magistris
1222. Mavomavo Giant Treefrog Platypelis mavomavo
1223. Mawblang Toad Bufoides meghalayanus
1224. Maya Mountains Frog Lithobates juliani
1225. McDiarmid Minute Salamander Thorius munificus
1226. Mcdonald's Frog Cophixalus mcdonaldi
1227. McGregor's Stream Toad Ansonia mcgregori
1228. Melanophryniscus admirabilis Melanophryniscus admirabilis
1229. Melanophryniscus cupreuscapularis Melanophryniscus cupreuscapularis
1230. Melanophryniscus dorsalis Melanophryniscus dorsalis
1231. Meliana Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa meliana
1232. Mendolong Bubble-nest Frog Philautus aurantium
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1233. Menglun Eastern Frog Ingerana liui
1234. Merida Andes Treefrog Hyloscirtus platydactylus
1235. Merida Tree Frog Dendropsophus meridensis
1236. Mertens' Egg Frog Leptodactylodon mertensi
1237. Mertens' Smalltongue Toad Werneria mertensiana
1238. Mesopotamia Beaked Toad Rhinella rostrata
1239. Metaphryniscus sosai Metaphryniscus sosai
1240. Mexican Caecilian Dermophis mexicanus
1241. Mexican Pine Woods Treefrog Exerodonta pinorum
1242. Michael Rainforest Frog Cophixalus nubicola
1243. Michoacan Stream Salamander Ambystoma ordinarium
1244. Microhylid Frog Cophyla berara
1245. Midongy Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis leucocephalus
1246. Miguel's Ground Frog Eupsophus migueli
1247. Milne Bay Frog Hylarana waliesa
1248. Milne Mehely Frog Copiula minor
1249. Mindanao Flathead Toad Pelophryne lighti
1250. Mindanao Flying Frog Rhacophorus bimaculatus
1251. Mindanao Horned Frog Megophrys stejnegeri
1252. Mindo Cochran Frog Centrolene balionotum
1253. Mindo Robber Frog Strabomantis necerus
1254. Mindo Stubfoot Toad Atelopus mindoensis
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1255. Miniature Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus dimidiatus
1256. Miranda Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pezopetrus
1257. Mittermeier's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus mittermeieri
1258. Mittermeier's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus mittermeieri
1259. Mixe Treefrog Megastomatohyla mixe
1260. Mocha Island Ground Frog Eupsophus insularis
1261. Mombacho Salamander Bolitoglossa mombachoensis
1262. Mona Coqui Eleutherodactylus monensis
1263. Montagne d'Ambre Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis ambohitra
1264. Montane Cricket Frog Eleutherodactylus haitianus
1265. Monte Albo Cave Salamander Speleomantes flavus
1266. Monte Escondido Salamander Bolitoglossa decora
1267. Monte Iberia Dwarf Frog Eleutherodactylus iberia
1268. Monte Verde Golden Toad Incilius periglenes
1269. Monteverde Moss Salamander Nototriton gamezi
1270. Montevideo Redbelly Toad Melanophryniscus montevidensis
1271. Montseny Brook Newt Calotriton arnoldi
1272. Monzon's Moss Salamander Cryptotriton monzoni
1273. Moore's Frog Lithobates johni
1274. Moray Bubble-nest Frog Philautus caeruleus
1275. Morelet's Treefrog Agalychnis moreletii
1276. Morelos False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea altamontana
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1277. Morere's Banana Frog Afrixalus morerei
1278. Morne Macay Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus thorectes
1279. Morningside Bubble-nest Frog Philautus ocularis
1280. Moroccan Midwife Toad Alytes maurus
1281. Morona-Santiago Stubfoot Toad Atelopus halihelos
1282. Mottled Bubble-nest Frog Philautus poecilius
1283. Mount Data Forest Frog Platymantis subterrestris
1284. Mount Lumaku Bubble-nest Frog Philautus bunitus
1285. Mount Meru Stream Frog Strongylopus merumontanus
1286. Mount Omoto-dake Frog Odorrana utsunomiyaorum
1287. Mount Talamau Bubble-nest Frog Philautus similis
1288. Mount Tucutche Treefrog Flectonotus fitzgeraldi
1289. Mount Wuliang Sucker Frog Amolops tuberodepressus
1290. Mountain Borneo Frog Meristogenys amoropalamus
1291. Mountain Climbing Frog Anodonthyla montana
1292. Mountain Dot Frog Ramanella montana
1293. Mountain Egg Frog Leptodactylodon bicolor
1294. Mountain Mistfrog Litoria nyakalensis
1295. Mountain Night Frog Astylosternus montanus
1296. Mountain Toad Incilius cavifrons
1297. Mountain Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis montanus
1298. Mountain Yellow-legged Frog Rana muscosa
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1299. Mountain-top Nursery-frog Cophixalus monticola
1300. Mourning Treefrog Plectrohyla pentheter
1301. Mout Okou Wolterstorff Toad Wolterstorffina mirei
1302. Mozart's Frog Eleutherodactylus amadeus
1303. Mrora Forest Toad Mertensophryne howelli
1304. Mt. Okou Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa oreas
1305. Mucubaji Stubfoot Toad Atelopus mucubajiensis
1306. Muller's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa mulleri
1307. Muller's Stream Toad Ansonia muelleri
1308. Mulu Flying Frog Rhacophorus kajau
1309. Munnar Bubble-nest Frog Philautus griet
1310. Murud Bubble-nest Frog Philautus mjobergi
1311. Muruk Mio Bubble-nest Frog Philautus erythrophthalmus
1312. Muscular Salamander Pseudoeurycea papenfussi
1313. Mustache False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea mystax
1314. Myers' Surinam Toad Pipa myersi
1315. Nahampoana Bright-eyed Frog Boophis haematopus
1316. Nahuelbuta Ground Frog Eupsophus nahuelbutensis
1317. Naked Tropical Frog Micrixalus nudis
1318. Namaqua Stream Frog Strongylopus springbokensis
1319. Nankiang Horned Toad Xenophrys nankiangensis
1320. Naomi's Forest Frog Platymantis naomii
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1321. Napo Giant Glass Frog Centrolene audax
1322. Napo Plump Toad Osornophryne antisana
1323. Napo Stubfoot Toad Atelopus planispina
1324. Narrow-footed Worm Salamander Oedipina stenopodia
1325. Narrow-lined Treefrog Isthmohyla angustilineata
1326. Narrow-mouthed Toad Albericus siegfriedi
1327. Natal Banana Frog Afrixalus spinifrons
1328. Neatly-spotted Bubble-nest Frog Philautus stictomerus
1329. Neglected Frog Cophixalus neglectus
1330. Negros Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis negrosensis
1331. Nepal Paa Frog Nanorana minica
1332. Neurergus kaiseri Neurergus kaiseri
1333. Neuse River Waterdog Necturus lewisi
1334. Nevado de Colima Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus nivicolimae
1335. New Britain Land Frog Austrochaperina novaebritanniae
1336. Newton's Grassland Frog Ptychadena newtoni
1337. Ngezi Reed Frog Hyperolius watsonae
1338. Ngoni Moss Frog Arthroleptella ngongoniensis
1339. Niceforo's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus nicefori
1340. Niceforonia adenobrachia Niceforonia adenobrachia
1341. Nicobarese Whipping Frog Polypedates insularis
1342. Nicobars Wart Frog Fejervarya nicobariensis
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1343. Nienokoue Reed Frog Hyperolius nienokouensis
1344. Nigeria Banana Frog Afrixalus nigeriensis
1345. Nike's Squeaker Arthroleptis nikeae
1346. Nilgiri Bubble-nest Frog Philautus tinniens
1347. Nilgiri Tropical Frog Micrixalus phyllophilus
1348. Nilgiris Wart Frog Fejervarya nilagirica
1349. Nimba Banana Frog Afrixalus vibekensis
1350. Nimba Reed Frog Hyperolius zonatus
1351. Nimbaphrynoides liberiensis Nimbaphrynoides liberiensis
1352. Nimble Long-limbed Salamander Nyctanolis pernix
1353. Ninglang Paa Frog Nanorana liui
1354. Nkongsamba Frog Hylarana asperrima
1355. Nkongsamba River Frog Phrynobatrachus cricogaster
1356. Noellert's Toad Duttaphrynus noellerti
1357. Norbert Bright-eyed Frog Boophis sambirano
1358. Nornalup Frog Geocrinia lutea
1359. North African Fire Salamander Salamandra algira
1360. North Borneo Stream Toad Ansonia fuliginea
1361. North Shore Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca espeletia
1362. Northern Corroboree Frog Pseudophryne pengilleyi
1363. Northern Frog Occidozyga borealis
1364. Northern Hammer Frog Eleutherodactylus auriculatoides
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1365. Northern Minute Salamander Thorius boreas
1366. Northern Roundgland Toad Incilius cycladen
1367. Northern Tinker Frog Taudactylus rheophilus
1368. Northwestern Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa sima
1369. Norton Plains Bubble-nest Frog Philautus alto
1370. Norton's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus nortoni
1371. Nosy Be Burrowing Frog Rhombophryne testudo
1372. Nosy Be Giant Treefrog Platypelis milloti
1373. Nsoung Long-fingered Frog Cardioglossa trifasciata
1374. Nyika Dwarf Toad Mertensophryne nyikae
1375. O'donnell's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa odonnelli
1376. Oak Forest Salamander Bolitoglossa cuchumatana
1377. Oaxaca Toad Incilius spiculatus
1378. Oaxacan Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa macrinii
1379. Oaxacan False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea boneti
1380. Oaxacan Fringe-limbed Treefrog Ecnomiohyla echinata
1381. Oaxacan Giant Salamander Pseudoeurycea gigantea
1382. Oaxacan Minute Salamander Thorius minutissimus
1383. Oaxacan Yellow Treefrog Megastomatohyla pellita
1384. Ocellated Bubble-nest Frog Philautus ocellatus
1385. Odaigahara Salamander Hynobius boulengeri
1386. Oita Salamander Hynobius dunni
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1387. Oki Salamander Hynobius okiensis
1388. Okinawa Wart Frog Limnonectes namiyei
1389. Oklahoma Salamander Eurycea tynerensis
1390. Olm Proteus anguinus
1391. Olongburra Frog Litoria olongburensis
1392. Olympic Torrent Salamander Rhyacotriton olympicus
1393. Omei Horned Toad Xenophrys omeimontis
1394. Omei Lazy Toad Oreolalax omeimontis
1395. Omiltemi Minute Salamander Thorius omiltemi
1396. One-toed Amphiuma Amphiuma pholeter
1397. Orange Long-nosed Frog Eleutherodactylus jaumei
1398. Orange-bellied Flying Frog Rhacophorus aurantiventris
1399. Orange-bellied Frog Geocrinia vitellina
1400. Oregon Slender Salamander Batrachoseps wrighti
1401. Oregon Spotted Frog Rana pretiosa
1402. Orejas-Miranda Redbelly Toad Melanophryniscus orejasmirandai
1403. Oreobates zongoensis Oreobates zongoensis
1404. Oreobates pereger Oreobates pereger
1405. Oreobates simmonsi Oreobates simmonsi
1406. Oreophrynella cryptica Oreophrynella cryptica
1407. Oreophrynella vasquezi Oreophrynella vasquezi
1408. Oriente Coastal Frog Eleutherodactylus etheridgei
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1409. Oriente Greenish-yellow Frog Eleutherodactylus principalis
1410. Oriente Mottled Frog Eleutherodactylus simulans
1411. Orizaba Minute Salamander Thorius lunaris
1412. Ornate Egg Frog Leptodactylodon ornatus
1413. Ornate Horned Frog Ceratophrys ornata
1414. Oro Phantasmal Poison Frog Epipedobates anthonyi
1415. Orphan Salamander Bolitoglossa capitana
1416. Osgood's Ethiopian Toad Altiphrynoides osgoodi
1417. Osornophryne sumacoensis Osornophryne sumacoensis
1418. Oxapampa Frog Melanophryne barbatula
1419. Oxapampa Poison Frog Ameerega planipaleae
1420. Pachyhynobius yunanicus Pachyhynobius yunanicus
1421. Pacific Giant Glass Frog Centrolene geckoideum
1422. Pacific Horned Frog Ceratophrys stolzmanni
1423. Pacific Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca angustifrons
1424. Pahang Frog Hylarana banjarana
1425. Painted Asian Toad Leptolalax pictus
1426. Painted Indonesian Treefrog Nyctixalus pictus
1427. Painted Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pictissimus
1428. Paka Bubble-nest Frog Philautus saueri
1429. Pakenham's River Frog Phrynobatrachus pakenhami
1430. Palanda Rocket Frog Hyloxalus cevallosi
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1431. Palawan Bubble-nest Frog Philautus longicrus
1432. Palawan Horned Frog Megophrys ligayae
1433. Pale-footed Bubble-nest Frog Philautus pallidipes
1434. Palm Borneo Frog Leptobrachella palmata
1435. Palm Forest Treefrog Leptopelis palmatus
1436. Pampas Giant Glass Frog Centrolene gemmatum
1437. Panamanian Golden Frog  WATCH A LIVE PANAMANIAN GOLDEN FROG Atelopus zeteki
1438. Panay Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis panayensis
1439. Pandi Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa pandi
1440. Panton's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pantoni
1441. Papallacta Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca orophylax
1442. Papallacta Treefrog Hyloscirtus psarolaimus
1443. Papalo Minute Salamander Thorius papaloae
1444. Paraguay Horned Frog Lepidobatrachus asper
1445. Paramo Frontino Salamander Bolitoglossa hypacra
1446. Parjacti Treefrog Hyloscirtus chlorosteus
1447. Parker's Andes Frog Lynchius parkeri
1448. Parker's Dot Frog Ramanella palmata
1449. Parker's Tree Frog Leptopelis parkeri
1450. Parker's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis parkeri
1451. Pasco White-lipped Frog Leptodactylus pascoensis
1452. Pass Stubfoot Toad Atelopus senex
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1453. Patricia's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus patriciae
1454. Pattipola Caecilian Ichthyophis orthoplicatus
1455. Patzcuaro Frog Lithobates dunni
1456. Patzcuaro Stream Frog Eleutherodactylus angustidigitorum
1457. Paulian's Madagascar Frog Mantidactylus pauliani
1458. Paulson's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus paulsoni
1459. Peaks Of Otter Salamander Plethodon hubrichti
1460. Pebas Stubfoot Toad Atelopus spumarius
1461. Pebble Toad Oreophrynella nigra
1462. Pelado Mountains False Toad Telmatobufo australis
1463. Pelechuco Andes Frog Psychrophrynella katantika
1464. Pelophryne rhopophilia Pelophryne rhopophilia
1465. Pelophylax grafi Pelophylax grafi
1466. Pena Verde Salamander Pseudoeurycea aurantia
1467. Penang Stream Toad Ansonia penangensis
1468. Peppered Tree Frog Litoria piperata
1469. Peracca's Plump Toad Osornophryne bufoniformis
1470. Perkins' Treefrog Exerodonta perkinsi
1471. Perret's Egg Frog Leptodactylodon perreti
1472. Perret's Night Frog Astylosternus perreti
1473. Perret's Toad Amietophrynus perreti
1474. Perret's Water Frog Petropedetes perreti
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1475. Persian Mountain Salamander Paradactylodon persicus
1476. Peru Andes Frog Noblella peruviana
1477. Peru Stubfoot Toad Atelopus peruensis
1478. Peru Water Frog Telmatobius peruvianus
1479. Peters' Smooth Horned Frog Proceratophrys bigibbosa
1480. Petropolis River Frog Thoropa petropolitana
1481. Pfeffer's Reed Frog Hyperolius puncticulatus
1482. Phantasmal Poison Frog Epipedobates tricolor
1483. Philautus decoris Philautus decoris
1484. Philautus sp. nov. 'Amboli Forest' Philautus sp. nov. 'Amboli Forest'
1485. Philautus sp. nov. 'Munnar' Philautus sp. nov. 'Munnar'
1486. Philippine Bubble-nest Frog Philautus acutirostris
1487. Philippine Flat-headed Frog Barbourula busuangensis
1488. Philippine Wart Frog Limnonectes visayanus
1489. Phongsaly Flying Frog Rhacophorus kio
1490. Phrynopus tautzorum Phrynopus tautzorum
1491. Phrynopus kauneorum Phrynopus kauneorum
1492. Phrynopus heimorum Phrynopus heimorum
1493. Phrynopus dagmarae Phrynopus dagmarae
1494. Phrynopus montium Phrynopus montium
1495. Phrynopus juninensis Phrynopus juninensis
1496. Phrynopus bracki Phrynopus bracki
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1497. Phrynopus barthlenae Phrynopus barthlenae
1498. Phrynopus horstpauli Phrynopus horstpauli
1499. Pichincha Giant Glass Frog Centrolene heloderma
1500. Pichincha Poison Frog Oophaga sylvatica
1501. Pichincha Rocket Frog Hyloxalus toachi
1502. Pickersgill's Reed Frog Hyperolius pickersgilli
1503. Pico Blanco Toad Incilius fastidiosus
1504. Pico Blanco Treefrog Isthmohyla pictipes
1505. Pico Turquino Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus intermedius
1506. Piebald Paa Frog Nanorana maculosa
1507. Pigeon Mountain Salamander Plethodon petraeus
1508. Pigmy Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton lavae
1509. Pijol Salamander Bolitoglossa porrasorum
1510. Pilalo Treefrog Hyloscirtus ptychodactylus
1511. Pimpled Bubble-nest Frog Philautus papillosus
1512. Pine Barrens Treefrog Hyla andersonii
1513. Pine Forest Stream Frog Ptychohyla macrotympanum
1514. Pink-sided Treefrog Agalychnis litodryas
1515. Pinnacle Bubble-nest Frog Philautus umbra
1516. Pinos Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus pinarensis
1517. Piping Peeping Frog Eleutherodactylus syristes
1518. Pirri Range Stubfoot Toad Atelopus glyphus
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1519. Piura Water Frog Telmatobius ignavus
1520. Plain Green Bubble-nest Frog Philautus femoralis
1521. Plantanillo Gorge Salamander Nototriton major
1522. Platymantis cagayanensis Platymantis cagayanensis
1523. Platymantis indeprensus Platymantis indeprensus
1524. Platymantis pseudodorsalis Platymantis pseudodorsalis
1525. Pleasing Poison Frog Ameerega bassleri
1526. Plectrohyla calthula Plectrohyla calthula
1527. Plectrohyla calvicollina Plectrohyla calvicollina
1528. Plectrohyla celata Plectrohyla celata
1529. Plectrohyla chrysopleura Plectrohyla chrysopleura
1530. Plectrohyla cyclada Plectrohyla cyclada
1531. Plectrohyla ephemera Plectrohyla ephemera
1532. Plectrohyla exquisita Plectrohyla exquisita
1533. Plectrohyla psarosema Plectrohyla psarosema
1534. Plectrohyla psiloderma Plectrohyla psiloderma
1535. Polillo Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis polillensis
1536. Polkadot Poison Frog Oophaga arborea
1537. Pomugu Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis akarithymus
1538. Ponmudi Bubble-nest Frog Philautus ponmudi
1539. Ponmudi Hill Bubble-nest Frog Philautus graminirupes
1540. Ponmudi Hills Bubble-nest Frog Philautus bobingeri
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1541. Poole's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus poolei
1542. Pop-eyed Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla lacertosa
1543. Porthole Treefrog Charadrahyla taeniopus
1544. Portland Cave Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus cavernicola
1545. Portland Parish Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus glaucoreius
1546. Primeval Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton priscus
1547. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis acerus
1548. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis actinolaimus
1549. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis acutirostris
1550. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis albericoi
1551. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis angustilineatus
1552. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis atratus
1553. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bacchus
1554. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis balionotus
1555. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis baryecuus
1556. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bellona
1557. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bernali
1558. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bisignatus
1559. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cabrerai
1560. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cacao
1561. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis calcaratus
1562. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis capitonis
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1563. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis chrysops
1564. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis colomai
1565. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cosnipatae
1566. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cremnobates
1567. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis crenunguis
1568. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cryophilius
1569. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cryptomelas
1570. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis degener
1571. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis deinops
1572. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis devillei
1573. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis dissimulatus
1574. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis dorsopictus
1575. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis eugeniae
1576. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis euphronides
1577. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis fallax
1578. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis festae
1579. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis fetosus
1580. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis gentryi
1581. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ginesi
1582. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis gladiator
1583. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis glandulosus
1584. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis hamiotae
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1585. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis helvolus
1586. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis hernandezi
1587. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ignicolor
1588. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis incanus
1589. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis insignitus
1590. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis johannesdei
1591. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis jorgevelosai
1592. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis katoptroides
1593. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis lancinii
1594. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis lemur
1595. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis lichenoides
1596. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis lividus
1597. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis loustes
1598. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis maculosus
1599. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis mars
1600. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis merostictus
1601. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis mnionaetes
1602. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis modipeplus
1603. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis museosus
1604. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ocreatus
1605. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis orestes
1606. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis paramerus
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1607. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis parectatus
1608. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pastazensis
1609. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis percultus
1610. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis phragmipleuron
1611. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis polychrus
1612. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis prolatus
1613. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis proserpens
1614. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pteridophilus
1615. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pycnodermis
1616. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pyrrhomerus
1617. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis renjiforum
1618. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis rhodoplichus
1619. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis rubicundus
1620. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ruthveni
1621. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis scoloblepharus
1622. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis scolodiscus
1623. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis shrevei
1624. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis simonbolivari
1625. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis simonsii
1626. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis simoteriscus
1627. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis siopelus
1628. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis sobetes
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1629. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis spilogaster
1630. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis suetus
1631. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis sulculus
1632. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis surdus
1633. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis tenebrionis
1634. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis thymalopsoides
1635. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis torrenticola
1636. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis tribulosus
1637. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis truebae
1638. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis turumiquirensis
1639. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis urichi
1640. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis veletis
1641. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis vidua
1642. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis viridicans
1643. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis zophus
1644. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis actites
1645. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis affinis
1646. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis alalocophus
1647. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis altae
1648. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis anolirex
1649. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis aracamuni
1650. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ashkapara
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1651. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bicolor
1652. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bicumulus
1653. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis boconoensis
1654. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis briceni
1655. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis bromeliaceus
1656. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis calcarulatus
1657. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis caryophyllaceus
1658. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis celator
1659. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ceuthospilus
1660. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis charlottevillensis
1661. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis colodactylus
1662. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis colostichos
1663. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis condor
1664. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis cordovae
1665. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis crucifer
1666. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis diaphonus
1667. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis diogenes
1668. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis douglasi
1669. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis duellmani
1670. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis elegans
1671. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis eremitus
1672. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis eriphus
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1673. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ernesti
1674. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis floridus
1675. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis frater
1676. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis galdi
1677. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis gracilis
1678. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis hybotragus
1679. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis illotus
1680. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis incomptus
1681. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis inusitatus
1682. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis juanchoi
1683. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis jubatus
1684. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis kareliae
1685. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis kelephas
1686. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis lasalleorum
1687. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis luteolateralis
1688. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis marahuaka
1689. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis megalops
1690. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis miyatai
1691. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis molybrignus
1692. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis muricatus
1693. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis nephophilus
1694. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis nigrogriseus
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1695. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis nyctophylax
1696. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ornatissimus
1697. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis orpacobates
1698. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pardalis
1699. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pataikos
1700. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis penelopus
1701. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis percnopterus
1702. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis petersorum
1703. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis phalarus
1704. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis platychilus
1705. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis polemistes
1706. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis pugnax
1707. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis quantus
1708. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis quinquagesimus
1709. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis repens
1710. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis rhodostichus
1711. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis riveti
1712. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis rosadoi
1713. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis roseus
1714. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ruedai
1715. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis sanctaemartae
1716. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis sanguineus
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1717. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis satagius
1718. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis savagei
1719. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis schultei
1720. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis serendipitus
1721. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis signifer
1722. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis silverstonei
1723. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis simoterus
1724. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis spinosus
1725. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis supernatis
1726. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis tamsitti
1727. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis tayrona
1728. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis turpinorum
1729. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis vanadise
1730. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis ventriguttatus
1731. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis verecundus
1732. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis versicolor
1733. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis vertebralis
1734. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis vicarius
1735. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis viridis
1736. Pristimantis Rain Frog Pristimantis xylochobates
1737. Pro-Mata Oval Frog Elachistocleis erythrogaster
1738. Probreviceps durirostris Probreviceps durirostris
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1739. Probreviceps rungwensis Probreviceps rungwensis
1740. Prostherapis dunni Prostherapis dunni
1741. Pseudoeurycea cephalica Pseudoeurycea cephalica
1742. Psychrophrynella adenopleura Psychrophrynella adenopleura
1743. Psychrophrynella boettgeri Psychrophrynella boettgeri
1744. Psychrophrynella iatamasi Psychrophrynella iatamasi
1745. Psychrophrynella pinguis Psychrophrynella pinguis
1746. Ptychohyla dendrophasma Ptychohyla dendrophasma
1747. Puebla Frog Lithobates pueblae
1748. Puebla Treefrog Plectrohyla charadricola
1749. Puerto Cabello Robber Frog Strabomantis biporcatus
1750. Puerto Rican Crested Toad Peltophryne lemur
1751. Puerto Rican Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus portoricensis
1752. Puerto Rican Wetland Frog Eleutherodactylus juanariveroi
1753. Pulo Tioman Stream Toad Ansonia tiomanica
1754. Purple Ghats Frog Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis
1755. Purple-sided Leaf Frog Phyllomedusa baltea
1756. Putumayo Robber Frog Hypodactylus dolops
1757. Puxiong Lazy Toad Oreolalax puxiongensis
1758. Puyo Giant Glass Frog Cochranella puyoensis
1759. Pygmy Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis pygmaeus
1760. Pyrenean Brook Salamander Calotriton asper
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1761. Pyrenean Frog Rana pyrenaica
1762. Qinghai Lake Toad Bufo tuberculatus
1763. Quarry Worm Salamander Oedipina poelzi
1764. Quebrada Valverde Salamander Bolitoglossa diminuta
1765. Quick Step Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus sisyphodemus
1766. Quindio Glass Frog Centrolene quindianum
1767. Rabor's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis rabori
1768. Rainforest Running Frog Kassina lamottei
1769. Rainfrog Eleutherodactylus amplinympha
1770. Ramsey Canyon Leopard Frog Lithobates subaquavocalis
1771. Rancho Grande Harlequin Frog Atelopus cruciger
1772. Rattling Frog Cophixalus crepitans
1773. Red And Yellow Mountain Frog Philoria kundagungan
1774. Red Hills Salamander Phaeognathus hubrichti
1775. Red Peeping Frog Eleutherodactylus rufescens
1776. Red Rain Frog Scaphiophryne gottlebei
1777. Red Spotted Argentina Frog Argenteohyla siemersi
1778. Red-cheeked Salamander Plethodon jordani
1779. Red-crowned Toadlet Pseudophryne australis
1780. Red-footed Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa pesrubra
1781. Red-headed Flying Frog Buergeria oxycephala
1782. Red-headed Water Frog Telmatobius oxycephalus
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1783. Red-legged Horn Frog Xenophrys longipes
1784. Red-legged Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus rufifemoralis
1785. Red-legged Salamander Plethodon shermani
1786. Red-spotted Chirping Frog Eleutherodactylus rubrimaculatus
1787. Red-spotted Lazy Toad Oreolalax rhodostigmatus
1788. Red-spotted Toad Rhinella rubropunctata
1789. Red-tailed Knobby Newt Tylototriton kweichowensis
1790. Redback Bright-eyed Frog Boophis rufioculis
1791. Redbelly Egg Frog Leptodactylodon erythrogaster
1792. Rednose Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus oxyrhyncus
1793. Rednose Stubfoot Toad Atelopus oxyrhynchus
1794. Reed Frog Hyperolius nimbae
1795. Reiche's Squeaker Arthroleptis reichei
1796. Relict Leopard Frog Lithobates onca
1797. Reticulate Bubble-nest Frog Philautus reticulatus
1798. Reticulate Leaf Frog Phyllomedusa ayeaye
1799. Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander Ambystoma bishopi
1800. Rhacophorus zhaojuensis Rhacophorus zhaojuensis
1801. Rhaebo caeruleostictus Rhaebo caeruleostictus
1802. Rhinella amabilis Rhinella amabilis
1803. Rhinella chavin Rhinella chavin
1804. Rhinella manu Rhinella manu
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1805. Rhinella sclerocephala Rhinella sclerocephala
1806. Rhode's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus rhodesi
1807. Rhombophryne coronata Rhombophryne coronata
1808. Rhombophryne guentherpetersi Rhombophryne guentherpetersi
1809. Ribeirao Button Frog Cycloramphus acangatan
1810. Rich Mountain Salamander Plethodon ouachitae
1811. Richard's Moss Salamander Nototriton richardi
1812. Richmond Range Mountain Frog Philoria richmondensis
1813. Richmond's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus richmondi
1814. Ricordi's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus ricordii
1815. Ridge Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca psychrophila
1816. Riggenbach's Reed Frog Hyperolius riggenbachi
1817. Rilett's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa riletti
1818. Ringed River Frog Phrynobatrachus annulatus
1819. Rio Calima Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca dendronastes
1820. Rio Calles Robber Frog Strabomantis cheiroplethus
1821. Rio Carauta Stubfoot Toad Atelopus carauta
1822. Rio Chingual Valley Treefrog Hyloscirtus pantostictus
1823. Rio Chipillico Frog Lithobates bwana
1824. Rio Faisanes Stubfoot Toad Atelopus coynei
1825. Rio Luisito Treefrog Hyloscirtus piceigularis
1826. Rio Mutum Frog Dasypops schirchi
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1827. Rio Pescado Stubfoot Toad Atelopus balios
1828. Rio Pitzara Robber Frog Strabomantis helonotus
1829. Rio Quiri Salamander Bolitoglossa gracilis
1830. Rio Sananja Spikethumb Frog Plectrohyla pokomchi
1831. Rio Suno Robber Frog Strabomantis cornutus
1832. Rio Viejo Toad Rhinella chrysophora
1833. Riobamba Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca riobambae
1834. Rivera Redbelly Toad Melanophryniscus devincenzii
1835. Rivero's Cochran Frog Cochranella riveroi
1836. Roberts' False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea robertsi
1837. Roberts' Treefrog Plectrohyla robertsorum
1838. Rocky River Frog Petropedetes yakusini
1839. Romer's Treefrog Liuixalus romeri
1840. Ronald's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus ronaldi
1841. Roraima Bush Toad Oreophrynella quelchii
1842. Rose's Mountain Toad Capensibufo rosei
1843. Rosy Ground Frog Eupsophus roseus
1844. Rough Horned Frog Borneophrys edwardinae
1845. Rough-skinned Bubble-nest Frog Philautus glandulosus
1846. Royal False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea rex
1847. Rueppel's Big-eyed Treefrog Litoria rueppelli
1848. Rugegewald River Frog Phrynobatrachus acutirostris
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1849. Ruiz's Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca ruizi
1850. Ruiz's Robber Frog Strabomantis ruizi
1851. Ruiz's Rocket Frog Hyloxalus ruizi
1852. Rupirana cardosoi Rupirana cardosoi
1853. Rus Bubble-nest Frog Philautus rus
1854. Rutenberg's Reed Frog Heterixalus rutenbergi
1855. Ruth's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus ruthae
1856. Rwanda River Frog Phrynobatrachus versicolor
1857. Ryukyu Brown Frog Babina okinavana
1858. Ryukyu Tip-nosed Frog Odorrana narina
1859. Saavedra Andes Frog Psychrophrynella saltator
1860. Sabah Rice Frog Microhyla maculifera
1861. Sabahphrynus anotis Sabahphrynus anotis
1862. Sacred Swamp Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus sanctipalustris
1863. Sagalla Caecilian Boulengerula niedeni
1864. Saint Andrew's Cross Toadlet Pelophryne signata
1865. Salta Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca chrysosticta
1866. Salta Toad Rhinella rumbolli
1867. Salta Water Frog Telmatobius atacamensis
1868. Salvin's Salamander Bolitoglossa salvinii
1869. San Gabriel Springs Salamander Eurycea naufragia
1870. San Isidro Stubfoot Toad Atelopus pedimarmoratus
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1871. San Lucas Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca pseustes
1872. San Marcos Salamander Eurycea nana
1873. San Martin False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea orchimelas
1874. San Martin Fringe-limbed Treefrog Ecnomiohyla valancifer
1875. San Martin Minute Salamander Thorius narismagnus
1876. San Martin Redbelly Toad Melanophryniscus sanmartini
1877. Sanborn's Water Frog Telmatobius sanborni
1878. Sanja Pampa Andes Frog Psychrophrynella chacaltaya
1879. Santa Barbara Bromeliad Salamander Dendrotriton sanctibarbarus
1880. Santa Barbara Moss Salamander Nototriton limnospectator
1881. Santa Catarina Leaf Frog Phrynomedusa appendiculata
1882. Santa Cruz Dwarf Frog Physalaemus soaresi
1883. Santa Cruz Long-toed Salamander Ambystoma macrodactylum croceum
1884. Santa Fe White-lipped Frog Leptodactylus laticeps
1885. Santa Marta Poison Arrow Frog Colostethus ruthveni
1886. Santa Rita Beaked Toad Rhinella macrorhina
1887. Santa Rita Rocket Frog Colostethus fraterdanieli
1888. Santander Poison Frog Ranitomeya virolinensis
1889. Santiago Rocket Frog Hyloxalus shuar
1890. Sao Tome Reed Frog Hyperolius thomensis
1891. Sarasin Bubble-nest Frog Philautus sarasinorum
1892. Sarawak Grainy Frog Kalophrynus intermedius
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1893. Sardinata Treefrog Hyloscirtus callipeza
1894. Sardinian Brook Salamander Euproctus platycephalus
1895. Sarrabus Cave Salamander Speleomantes sarrabusensis
1896. Sauter's Brown Frog Rana sauteri
1897. Savage's Brook Frog Duellmanohyla lythrodes
1898. Savage's Cochran Frog Cochranella savagei
1899. Scanty Frog Cophixalus exiguus
1900. Scarlet Harlequin Toad Atelopus sorianoi
1901. Schilf's Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis schilfi
1902. Schiotz's Reed Frog Hyperolius laurenti
1903. Schmacker's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus schmackeri
1904. Schmarda Bubble-nest Frog Philautus schmarda
1905. Schmidt's Lazy Toad Oreolalax schmidti
1906. Schmidt's Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca splendens
1907. Schmidt's Minute Salamander Thorius schmidti
1908. Schmidt's Mountain Brook Frog Duellmanohyla schmidtorum
1909. Schmidt's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus schmidti
1910. Schmidt's Spinythumb Frog Crossodactylus schmidti
1911. Schmidt's Stubfoot Toad Atelopus pachydermus
1912. Schubert's Stefania Treefrog Stefania schuberti
1913. Schultze's Stream Frog Ptychohyla leonhardschultzei
1914. Schwartz's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus schwartzi
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1915. Scinax alcatraz Scinax alcatraz
1916. Scinax peixotoi Scinax peixotoi
1917. Scinax faivovichi Scinax faivovichi
1918. Scinax oreites Scinax oreites
1919. Scinax trapicheiroi Scinax trapicheiroi
1920. Scortecci's Toad Bufo scorteccii
1921. Scottbar Salamander Plethodon asupak
1922. Scutiger maculatus Scutiger maculatus
1923. Scutiger muliensis Scutiger muliensis
1924. Scutiger ningshanensis Scutiger ningshanensis
1925. Scutiger chintingensis Scutiger chintingensis
1926. Scutiger pingwuensis Scutiger pingwuensis
1927. Scutiger gongshanensis Scutiger gongshanensis
1928. Scutiger liupanensis Scutiger liupanensis
1929. Scutiger nepalensis Scutiger nepalensis
1930. Scutiger ruginosus Scutiger ruginosus
1931. Scutiger tuberculatus Scutiger tuberculatus
1932. Seep Frog Occidozyga baluensis
1933. Seepage Salamander Desmognathus aeneus
1934. Sehuencas Water Frog Telmatobius yuracare
1935. Semiaquatic Treefrog Plectrohyla pachyderma
1936. Semirechensk Salamander Ranodon sibiricus
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1937. Seoul Pond Frog Pelophylax chosenicus
1938. Serasan Borneo Frog Leptobrachella serasanae
1939. Seychelles Frog Sooglossus sechellensis
1940. Seychelles Palm Frog Sechellophryne pipilodryas
1941. Shadowy Web-footed Salamander Bolitoglossa sombra
1942. Shangcheng Stout Salamander Pachyhynobius shangchengensis
1943. Sharp Bubble-nest Frog Philautus acutus
1944. Sharp Snouted Day Frog Taudactylus acutirostris
1945. Sharp-ribbed Salamander Pleurodeles waltl
1946. Sharpsnout Reed Frog Hyperolius acutirostris
1947. Shasta Salamander Hydromantes shastae
1948. Shenandoah Mountain Salamander Plethodon virginia
1949. Shenandoah Salamander Plethodon shenandoah
1950. Shillong Bubble-nest Frog Philautus shillongensis
1951. Shimba Hills Reed Frog Hyperolius rubrovermiculatus
1952. Shoa Forest Treefrog Leptopelis ragazzii
1953. Short-legged Horned Toad Xenophrys brachykolos
1954. Short-legged Stream Frog Eleutherodactylus rivularis
1955. Short-nosed Green Frog Eleutherodactylus brevirostris
1956. Shortsnout Water Frog Telmatobius brevirostris
1957. Shuicheng Salamander Pseudohynobius shuichengensis
1958. Siam Narrowmouth Toad Kaloula mediolineata
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1959. Siamese Stream Toad Ansonia siamensis
1960. Sichuan Lazy Toad Oreolalax chuanbeiensis
1961. Sierra Juarez Brook Frog Duellmanohyla ignicolor
1962. Sierra Juarez Salamander Pseudoeurycea juarezi
1963. Sierra Juarez Treefrog Plectrohyla sabrina
1964. Sierra Leone Grassland Frog Ptychadena superciliaris
1965. Sierra Leone Reed Frog Hyperolius chlorosteus
1966. Sierra Leone Water Frog Petropedetes natator
1967. Sierra Madre Occidental Frog Lithobates sierramadrensis
1968. Sierra Madre Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis sierramadrensis
1969. Sierra Maestra Blotched Frog Eleutherodactylus michaelschmidi
1970. Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frog Rana sierrae
1971. Silent Valley Torrent Toad Ansonia rubigina
1972. Silver Marsupial Frog Gastrotheca plumbea
1973. Silver-eyed Barred Frog Mixophyes balbus
1974. Silverstone's Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa silverstonei
1975. Simba Bubble-nest Frog Philautus simba
1976. Similar Frog Hylarana attigua
1977. Simmons' Treefrog Hyloscirtus simmonsi
1978. Sira Poison Frog Ranitomeya sirensis
1979. Siskiyou Mountains Salamander Plethodon stormi
1980. Sky-blue Poison Frog Hyloxalus azureiventris
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1981. Slender Worm Salamander Oedipina gracilis
1982. Small Grainy Frog Kalophrynus minusculus
1983. Small Wrinkled Frog Nyctibatrachus minor
1984. Small-eared Toad Duttaphrynus microtympanum
1985. Small-eared Treefrog Ecnomiohyla miotympanum
1986. Small-headed Frog Occidozyga diminutiva
1987. Small-webbed Bell Toad Bombina microdeladigitora
1988. Smith's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea smithi
1989. Smith's Minute Salamander Thorius smithi
1990. Solomon Island Palm Frog Palmatorappia solomonis
1991. Sonan's Salamander Hynobius sonani
1992. Songpan Slow Frog Nanorana pleskei
1993. Sonora Tiger Salamander Ambystoma tigrinum stebbinsi
1994. Sonson Stubfoot Toad Atelopus sonsonensis
1995. Sorata Andes Frog Psychrophrynella illampu
1996. Sordid Bubble-nest Frog Philautus sordidus
1997. South American Rocket Frog Hyloxalus anthracinus
1998. South American True Toad Incilius leucomyos
1999. South Mountain Gray-cheeked Salamander Plethodon meridianus
2000. Southern Highland Treefrog Hyla euphorbiacea
2001. Southern Marbled Newt Triturus pygmaeus
2002. Southern Mountain Frog Philoria pughi
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2003. Southern Round-gland Toad Incilius ibarrai
2004. Southern Sierra Madre Treefrog Plectrohyla cembra
2005. Southern Whipping Frog Polypedates longinasus
2006. Southwestern Toad Anaxyrus mexicanus
2007. Spaldings Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus junori
2008. Spanish Painted Frog Discoglossus jeanneae
2009. Spea hammondii Spea hammondii
2010. Speckled Black Salamander Aneides flavipunctatus
2011. Speckled Egg Frog Leptodactylodon ventrimarmoratus
2012. Spencer's River Tree Frog Litoria spenceri
2013. Sphagnum Frog Philoria sphagnicolus
2014. Spinefinger Treefrog Charadrahyla trux
2015. Spinomantis massi Spinomantis massi
2016. Spiny Eye-lid Ground Frog Rhombophryne serratopalpebrosa
2017. Spiny Frog Hylarana spinulosa
2018. Spiny Indonesian Treefrog Nyctixalus spinosus
2019. Spiny-breasted Frog Quasipaa fasciculispina
2020. Spiny-flanked Frog Quasipaa shini
2021. Splendid Poison Frog Oophaga speciosa
2022. Spot-tailed Warty Newt Paramesotriton caudopunctatus
2023. Spotted Cochran Frog Cochranella ocellata
2024. Spotted Minute Salamander Thorius spilogaster
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2025. Spotted Snout-burrower Hemisus guttatus
2026. Sri Lanka Dot Frog Ramanella obscura
2027. Sri Lankan Rice Frog Microhyla karunaratnei
2028. Sri Lankan True Toad Adenomus dasi
2029. St. Nicholas Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus lucioi
2030. Starrett's Treefrog Isthmohyla tica
2031. Steindachner's River Frog Phrynobatrachus steindachneri
2032. Steiner's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus steineri
2033. Stejneger's Paddy Frog Micryletta steinegeri
2034. Stephan's Water Frog Telmatobius stephani
2035. Stevart's Egg Frog Leptodactylodon stevarti
2036. Strabomantis necopinus Strabomantis necopinus
2037. Strauch's Spotted Newt Neurergus strauchii
2038. Stream Reed Frog Hyperolius viridigulosus
2039. Stream Salamander Batrachuperus pinchonii
2040. Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri
2041. Striped Newt Notophthalmus perstriatus
2042. Stuart's Bubble-nest Frog Philautus stuarti
2043. Stubfoot Toad Atelopus nahumae
2044. Sucre Water Frog Telmatobius simonsi
2045. Sud Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus sciagraphus
2046. Sulawesi Wart Frog Limnonectes microtympanum
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2047. Sumatra Toad Bufo sumatranus
2048. Sunset Frog Spicospina flammocaerulea
2049. Supramonte Cave Salamander Speleomantes supramontis
2050. Susana's Forest Treefrog Leptopelis susanae
2051. Sword-tailed Newt Cynops ensicauda
2052. Symington's Robber Frog Eleutherodactylus symingtoni
2053. Tablas Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis levigatus
2054. Table Mountain Ghost Frog Heleophryne rosei
2055. Tadapi Treefrog Hyloscirtus alytolylax
2056. Tagibo Wart Frog Limnonectes diuatus
2057. Tai Forest Treefrog Leptopelis occidentalis
2058. Tai River Frog Phrynobatrachus phyllophilus
2059. Taipei Flying Frog Rhacophorus taipeianus
2060. Taiwan Salamander Hynobius formosanus
2061. Taliang Knobby Newt Tylototriton taliangensis
2062. Tam Dao Salamander Paramesotriton deloustali
2063. Tama Harlequin Frog Atelopus tamaensis
2064. Tamaulipan False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea scandens
2065. Tanah Rata Wart Frog Limnonectes nitidus
2066. Tandapi Giant Glass Frog Centrolene peristictum
2067. Tandroka Madagascar Frog Gephyromantis tandroka
2068. Tandy's Smalltongue Toad Werneria tandyi
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2069. Tanners' Reed Frog Hyperolius tannerorum
2070. Tanzania Screeching Frog Arthroleptis tanneri
2071. Taosze Spiny Toad Leptobrachium boringii
2072. Tapanti Giant Salamander Bolitoglossa obscura
2073. Tapanti Moss Salamander Nototriton tapanti
2074. Tapping Nursery-frog Cophixalus aenigma
2075. Tarahumara Frog Lithobates tarahumarae
2076. Tasan Eastern Frog Ingerana tasanae
2077. Tatama Climbing Salamander Bolitoglossa tatamae
2078. Tawau Wart Frog Limnonectes paramacrodon
2079. Taylor's Caecilian Ichthyophis pseudangularis
2080. Taylor's Igorot Frog Hylarana igorota
2081. Taylor's Minute Salamander Thorius troglodytes
2082. Taylor's Salamander Ambystoma taylori
2083. Taylor's Wrinkled Ground Frog Platymantis taylori
2084. Tehachapi Slender Salamander Batrachoseps stebbinsi
2085. Telmatobius carrillae Telmatobius carrillae
2086. Telmatobius degener Telmatobius degener
2087. Telmatobius edaphonastes Telmatobius edaphonastes
2088. Telmatobius hintoni Telmatobius hintoni
2089. Tenchall's False Brook Salamander Pseudoeurycea tenchalli
2090. Tennessee Cave Salamander Gyrinophilus palleucus
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2091. Teotepec Salamander Pseudoeurycea teotepec
2092. Terrestrial Splayfoot Salamander Chiropterotriton terrestris
2093. Texas Blind Salamander Typhlomolge rathbuni
2094. Texas Salamander Eurycea neotenes
2095. Theloderma rhododiscus Theloderma rhododiscus
2096.