Frogs and Toads of New Mexico
The American Bullfrog is the largest frog in the state. It lacks a dorsal ridge down its back.
The Northern Cricket Frog is the only frog in the state. Its skin is relatively more rough than the other tree frogs in the state. It also has no distinct markings.
The Western Narrowed Mouth Toad is the only narrowed mouth toad in the state. It’s not a true toad because it lacks a parotoid gland behind its eye and doesn’t have a keratonized spade on its rear feet.