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DescriptionFamily/Speciescommon name
round paratoudred-spotted toad
thin/flat/long body, rl-bluish gray mixsmall-mouthed salamander
retain gills, vertical/paddle tail, spottedgulf coast waterdog
non-extensive webbing, long back legs, triangle behind eyenorthern cricket frog
semi circle bossgreat plains toad
long legstoprical frogs
tympanic membrane not as big as eye, direct development
pointy nose
 lesser siren
speckled, bluish gray bellyslimy salamander
small and warty, round paratoidtexas toad
two fore limbssirens
nasolabial groovelungless salamanders
x on back, banded legsspring peeper
explosive breeders, quick metamorphisspadefoot toads
explosive breedersmexican burrowing toad
looks albino, gills externaltexas blind salamander
 mole salamanders
oval/crescent paratoid, L's bosswoodhouse's toad
small and gutted, white lipsmexican white-lipped frog
two gamma bossgulf coast toad
retain gills, vertical/paddle tail, spottedmudpuppies, waterdogs
 frogs and toads
always in water, webby hind limbs, stipes on back, dorsal lateral ridgestrue frogs
DescriptionFamily/Speciescommon name
no scalescaecilians
lungless, pedomorphic, retain larval characteristics
larger toe pads, disc and webbingpatterns on backs
tiny fore limb, guttedthree-toes amphiuma
 southern dusky salamander
smaller spadefoodsmaller spadefoot
streamline, parallel dorsal lines, spotted, rl-yellow dorsal ridgesouthern leopard frog
thick bodied, triangle forehead spotstrecker's chorus frog
lots of little spots
striped tail rl-silvery back patternmarbled salamander
largest, diminutive legsamphiumas
camo, tan/brown alternate, rl- large yellow spotstiger salamander
larger spadefootlarger spadefoot
paratoid glands secrete toxin, warty skintrue toads
fat balloon, rl- orange stripemexican burrowing toad
huge, green head in rlbullfrog
respire through mouth and skinnewts
four toes, very smalldwarf salamander
expanded digits, longer legstree frogs
two dorsal, wider face spotrio grande leopard frog
spots, rl-yellow spotsspotted salamander
thicker/flatter, pointy facedsheep frog
chin cheek sacsmexican treefrog
look like rhinophrynidae, neck foldnarrow mouthed toads
white stripe on sidegreen treefrog

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Created Apr 25, 2012ReportNominate
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