Frogs and Toads of Washington
The Northern Leopard Frog has a pale complete dorsal ridge and well defined spots all over its body.
The Cascade Frog has a yellowish underside and not well-defined spots on its body. Dorsal ridge down its side.
Red Belly, unmottled groin
Red on legs, mottled groin
The Pacific Tree Frog is the only native tree frog in the state. Its really a chorus frog too, not even a Hyla Tree Frog.
The Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog is found on the eastern side of the state, by the Rocky Mountains.
The Coastal Tailed Frog is found on the western side of the state, near the coast, hence the name.
The Western Toad lacks a cranial crest.
The Woodhouse’s Toad has a cranial crest that looks like two opposing L’s.
Great Basin Spadefoot Toad is the only spadefoot toad in the state of Washington. It has a spade on each of its rear feet which make it easy to distinguish.