Frogs by Country

Frogs and Toads of Saskatchewan, Canada

Frogs and Toads of Saskatchewan, Canada

Frog

True Frog family – Ranidae

Wood Frog

The Wood Frog has a mask around its eyes. The colors of the wood frog varies from brown, silver, and red.

Northern Leopard Frog

The Northern Leopard Frog has large black, defined spots all over its body. It is found throughout the province.

Tree Frog family – Hylidae

Boreal Chorus Frog

The Boreal Chorus Frog is the only tree frog in the province . It has three lines that run down its back.

Toad

True Toad family – Bufonidae

American Toad

The American Toad cranial crest forms opposing L shapes. It is found throughout the province.

Great Plains Toad

The Great Plains Toad’s cranial crest forms a V shape. It is found in the southwestern part of the province .

Spadefoot Toad family – Scaphiopodidae

Plains Spadefoot Toad

The Plains Spadefoot toad is the only spadefoot toad in the province . Look at the rear foot of the toad and you will find a keratinized spade on it which no other toad or frog in the province has.

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