Large toe tips with extensive webbing; arboreal ecomorph; axillary amplexus; firmisternal pelvic girdle; some frogs 'fly' using toe webbing
Streamlined bodies with strong back legs; terrestrial ecomorph; axillary amplexus; firmisternal pelvic girdle; can leap 3m in length and 1m in height
Nicaragua to SE Brazil
Dermal scutes, often brightly colored; terrestrial ecomorph; cephalic amplexus; convergently firmisternal; egg guarding and tadpole transport common, dietarily derived toxins
Cosmopolitan except Europe
Tear-shaped bodies, very narrow mouths; mostly fossorial or terrestrial burrowers, but some arboreal ecomorphs; axillary or glued amplexus; firmisternal pelvic girdle; some symbionts with tarantulas, only family to exhibit froglet transport
Blobby and grey, direct development, terrestrial ecomorph, inguinal amplexus, arciferal pelvic girdle
Native to every continent except Antarctica and Australian region
Enlarged paratoid glands, warty skin; terrestrial ecomorphs; mostly axillary with some inguinal amplexus; arciferal or pseudofirmisternal pelvic girdle; produce many different toxins
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