ANURA — Frogs and Toads

Bufonidae
American Toad Anaxyrus americanus (Holbrook 1836)
Great Plains Toad Anaxyrus cognatus (Say 1822: 190)
Chihuahuan Green Toad Anaxyrus debilis (Girard 1854) — Threatened
Fowler's Toad Anaxyrus fowleri (Hinckley 1882) — SINI
Red-spotted Toad Anaxyrus punctatus Baird & Girard 1852 — SINC
Woodhouse's Toad Anaxyrus woodhousii (Girard 1854)

Hylidae
Blanchard's Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi Harper 1947
Cope's Gray Treefrog/Gray Treefrog complex Hyla chrysoscelis/versicolor LeConte 1825/Cope 1880
Spotted Chorus Frog Pseudacris clarkii (Baird 1854)
Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer (Wied-Neuwied 1838) — SINC
Boreal Chorus Frog Pseudacris maculata (Agassiz 1850)
Strecker's Chorus Frog Pseudacris streckeri Wright & Wright 1933 — Threatened

Microhylidae
Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne carolinensis (Holbrook 1836) — Threatened
Western Narrow-mouthed Toad Gastrophryne olivacea (Hallowell, 1856)

Ranidae
Crawfish Frog Lithobates areolatus (Baird & Girard 1852) — SINC
Plains Leopard Frog Lithobates blairi (Mecham, Littlejohn, Oldham, Brown & Brown 1973)
American Bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus (Shaw 1802)
Green Frog Lithobates clamitans (Latreille 1801) — Threatened
Pickerel Frog Lithobates palustris (LeConte 1825) — SINI
Southern Leopard Frog Lithobates sphenocephalus (Cope 1886)

Scaphiopodidae
Plains Spadefoot Spea bombifrons (Cope 1863)


OTHER SPECIES

Bufonidae
Texas Toad Anaxyrus speciosus (Girard, 1854) — Possible

Hylidae
Green Treefrog Hyla cinerea (Schneider 1799) — Accidental
Cuban Treefrog Osteopilus septentrionalis (Dumeril and Bibron 1841) — Accidental
Cajun Chorus Frog Pseudacris fouquettei Lemmon, Lemmon, Collins, Cannatella (2008) — Possible

Pipidae
African Clawed Frog Xenopus sp. Daudin, 1802 — Accidental

Ranidae
Northern Leopard Frog Lithobates pipiens (Schreber 1782) — Possible
Wood Frog Lithobates sylvaticus (LeConte 1825) — Questionable

Scaphiopodidae
Couch's Spadefoot Scaphiopus couchii Baird 1854 — Possible
Hurter's Spadefoot Scaphiopus hurterii Strecker 1910 — Possible
Mexican Spadefoot Spea multiplicata (Cope 1863) — Possible

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