Frogs by Country

Frogs and Toads of Quebec, Canada

Frogs and Toads of Quebec, Canada


True Frog Family – Ranidae

Mink Frog

The Mink Frog does not have a dorsal ridge or barely has one. Its back is spotted or marbled.

American Bullfrog

The American Bullfrog is the largest frog in the country. It does not have a dorsal ridge.

Green Frog

The Green Frog’s dorsal ridge is incomplete but runs most of the way down its back.

Northern Leopard Frog
Pickeral Frog

The Northern Leopard Frog has circular spots over its body while the  Pickeral Frog has more square like dots.

Wood Frog

The Wood Frog has a dark mask around its face.

Tree Frog Family – Hylidae

Northern Cricket Frog

The Northern Cricket Frog has rougher, drier skin than the other tree frogs. Usually has a line down its back.

Eastern Gray Tree Frog

The Eastern Gray Tree Frog is the largest frog in the state. It has yellow coloration on its inner rear legs.

Spring Peeper

The Spring Peeper is known for the X shaped marking on its back and its loud call that can be heard at the beginning of spring.


True Toad Family – Bufonidae

American Toad

The American Toad’s cranial crests do not touch its paratoid gland or is connected by a spur.

Fowler’s Toad

The Fowler’s Toad’s cranial crest does touch its paratoid gland.


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