Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Probably Cricket but, tbd Frog
Extremely Rare Blue form of Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
Cricket Frog
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Baby Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog
Southern Leopard Frog
Leopard Frog
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Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog w/ Brown Markings
Gray Treefrog based on call
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Underside of Gray Treefrog, small juvenile
Gray Treefrog
Gray Treefrog
Underneath of Gray Treefrog, large adult
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Darker Colored Green Treefrog(Early Spring)
Green Treefrog
Green Treefrog
Green Treefrog
Juvenile Gree Treefrog
Baby Frog, probably Squirrel Treefrog
Hyla cinerea
Hyla cinerea
Hyla cinerea
Hyla cinerea
Hyla cinerea (3/4 inch juvenile)
Hyla squirella
Squirrel Treefrog
Squirrel Treefrog
Spring Peeper
Spring Peeper
Cajun Chorus Frog
Baby Frog Uknown 1/2 inch
Hyla squirella
Hyla squirella
Pseudacris crucifer
Pseudacris crucifer
Pseudacris fouquettei
tbd
Eastern Narrowmouth Toad
Young Toad, Gulf Coast
One Inch Toad, Probably Baby Gulf Coast
Adult Gulf Coast Toad
Juvenile, Possible East Texas Toad
Baby Toad, 1/2 inch
Gastrophryne carolinensis
Bufo valliceps
Bufo valliceps
Bufo valliceps
Bufo woodhousii velatus
tbd
Rio Grande Chirping Frog(very small)
Rio Grande Chirping Frog
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Syrrhophus cystignathoides
Syrrhophus cystignathoides
       
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Cricket Frog, Color and Marking Variations, (Genus Acris)
Usually Found On the Ground, Around Water
Gray Treefrog, Color and Marking Variations, (Hyla chrysoscelis or Hyla versicolor)
Usually Found in Tall Weeds or on Branches
Usually Found On The Ground, Anywhere
    Note:  We have seen these gray with brown markings change to lighter gray with almost no markings from the cool of the morning to the heat of the
    afternoon. They are usually granular in appearance. For positive I.D. you must catch them and look at the underneath leg color.
Young Bullfrog
Bullfrog
Bullfrog
Bronze Frog
Small Frog, Probably Bronze
Bronze Frog
Rana catesbeiana
Rana catesbeiana
Rana catesbeiana
Rana clamitans
Rana clamitans
Rana clamitans
American Bullfrog
Juvenile American Bullfrog
Baby Frog
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Rana catesbeiana (large adult)
Rana catesbeiana (juvenile)
Baby/Small tbd
 
 
 
Leopard Frog, Color and Marking Variations, (Rana sphenocephala)
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Siren intermedia (large adult)
Siren intermedia (large adult)
Siren intermedia (large adult)
Siren intermedia (large adult)
Siren intermedia (large adult)
Siren intermedia
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
Lesser Siren
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Siren intermedia
Siren intermedia
Siren intermedia
Siren intermedia
 
 
Gulf Coast Waterdog
Gulf Coast Waterdog
Gulf Coast Waterdog
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Necturus beyeri
Necturus beyeri
Necturus beyeri
   
 
Salamanders
AMPHIBIANS (FROGS & SALAMANDERS)  of the Big Thicket in East Texas
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