Frogs in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is known for its high biodiversity, including frogs.

The only poisonous frog native to Oklahoma is the pickerel frog.

Frogs in Oklahoma

Frogs and Toads of Oklahoma

Narrow-mouthed Frogs (called toads due to terrestrial behavior)

  • Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad
  • Western Narrow-mouthed Toad

Tree Frogs and Their Allies

  • American Green Treefrog
  • Blanchard’s Cricket Frog
  • Cajun Chorus Frog
  • Cope’s Gray Treefrog
  • Gray Tree Frog
  • Northern Cricket Frog
  • Spotted Chorus Frog
  • Spring Peeper
  • Strecker’s Chorus Frog
  • Upland Chorus Frog
  • Western Chorus Frog

True Frogs

True Toads

  • American Toad
  • Chihuahuan Green Toad
  • Fowler’s Toad
  • Great Plains Toad
  • Red-spotted Toad
  • Woodhouse’s Toad

Spadefoot Toads

  • Couch’s Spadefoot Toad
  • Hurter’s Spadefoot Toad
  • Plains Spadefoot Toad

Big Frogs: American Bullfrog

Small Frogs: Blanchard’s Cricket Frog

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