The Frogs and Toads ClipArt gallery provides 34 illustrations of the amphibian order Anura. Members of the Anura order with smooth skin are commonly referred to as frogs and members with warty skin are usually known as toads, but the distinction between frogs and toads is not a part of the formal classification system.

"Agua-Toad (Bufo marinus), a very large and common South American toad, with enormous parotid glands."-Whitney, 1902

Bufo Toad

"Agua-Toad (Bufo marinus), a very large and common South American toad, with enormous parotid glands."-Whitney,…

An amphibian with a toothed upper jaw and subcylindric or little dilated sacral diapopyses.

Cystignathidae

An amphibian with a toothed upper jaw and subcylindric or little dilated sacral diapopyses.

Frogs are found all over the world, except Antarctica.

Frog

Frogs are found all over the world, except Antarctica.

A full grown frog.

Frog

A full grown frog.

Frog

Frog

Frog

A frog on a lilly pad.

Frog

A frog on a lilly pad.

A frog laying on a thick branch.

Frog

A frog laying on a thick branch.

A small frog in from grass.

Frog

A small frog in from grass.

A frog and tadpoles

Frog

A frog and tadpoles

A frog pond in the winter

Frog Pond

A frog pond in the winter

Nearing the end of its development, a gradually shrinking tail is all that remains of the tadpole.

Frog with tail

Nearing the end of its development, a gradually shrinking tail is all that remains of the tadpole.

"At their birth they respire by means of gills, and consequently resemble fishes. As they progress in age, they undergo permanent metamorphoses - they acquire lungs and thenceforth an aerial respiration."

Alphabet Frog (Ceratophrys Boiei)

"At their birth they respire by means of gills, and consequently resemble fishes. As they progress in…

"The common frog of Europe, a common and well-known animal." — Goodrich. 1859

Common frog

"The common frog of Europe, a common and well-known animal." — Goodrich. 1859

The common frog, Rana temporaria.

Common Frog

The common frog, Rana temporaria.

"It is rather larger than the common frog, and its nocturnal croakings are so loud and disagreeable, that temporary dwellers in the neighborhood of ponds frequented by it, are often prevented from sleeping by its clamorous chorus. It is this species that is most approved of on the continent for culinary purposes." — Goodrich, 1859

Edible frog

"It is rather larger than the common frog, and its nocturnal croakings are so loud and disagreeable,…

"The edible frog (Rana esculenta)." -Thomson, 1916

Edible Frog

"The edible frog (Rana esculenta)." -Thomson, 1916

"The body of the Edible Frog sometimes attains a length, from the extremity of the muzzle to the end of the hind feet, of six to eight inches."

The Edible Frog

"The body of the Edible Frog sometimes attains a length, from the extremity of the muzzle to the end…

The flying frog is an amphibian "having enormously long webbed toes, enabling it to sustain a kind of flight." -Whitney, 1911

Flying Frog

The flying frog is an amphibian "having enormously long webbed toes, enabling it to sustain a kind of…

The green-tree frog is distinguished by suckers under its toes which enables him to cling to any tree surface.

Green-tree frog

The green-tree frog is distinguished by suckers under its toes which enables him to cling to any tree…

A tree frog perched on many branches.

Tree Frog

A tree frog perched on many branches.

"A genus of anurous amphibians, or tailless batrachians, of the family Discoglossidæ, sometimes made the type of a family Alytidæ."-Whitney, 1902

Nurse Frog

"A genus of anurous amphibians, or tailless batrachians, of the family Discoglossidæ, sometimes…

Toads have thicker skin than frogs.

Toad

Toads have thicker skin than frogs.

A tailless amphibian.

Toad

A tailless amphibian.

An illustration of a California horned toad.

California horned toad

An illustration of a California horned toad.

Toads are similar to frogs but generally are more squat and sedentary.

Common Toad

Toads are similar to frogs but generally are more squat and sedentary.

"It is a harmless animal, though its ungainly appearance has made it the subject of general aversion." — Goodrich, 1859

Common European toad

"It is a harmless animal, though its ungainly appearance has made it the subject of general aversion."…

The horned toad is really a lizard.

Horned Toad

The horned toad is really a lizard.

"Resembles the common toad of Europe in appearance: there are also other foreign species, among which is the accoucheur toad, which not only assists the female in excluding her eggs, but attaches them afterwards to his own hind-legs, where the young are developed until they arrive at the tadpole state, when he visists the water and the escape. This species is common in the vicinity of Paris." — Goodrich, 1859

Natter-jack toad

"Resembles the common toad of Europe in appearance: there are also other foreign species, among which…

"Is of a brownish or light ash-color, and is found under logs and the bark of decayed trees." — Goodrich, 1859

Squirrel tree-toad

"Is of a brownish or light ash-color, and is found under logs and the bark of decayed trees." —…

This toad is oviparous. She lays eggs, and the male piles them upon her back where they develop inside and atop her skin.

Surinam toad

This toad is oviparous. She lays eggs, and the male piles them upon her back where they develop inside…

"At the breeding season the back of the female exhbits a number of small pits; into these pits the male collects the eggs laid by the female in the edge of the water, and presses them down; they are then covered by a natural operculum, and there they are hatched, in the same manner as the free larvae of the other Batrachians." — Goodrich, 1859

Surinam toad

"At the breeding season the back of the female exhbits a number of small pits; into these pits the male…

Its color is brownish olive, above and whitish below. It is sometimes 7 inches long, and has a peculiarly hideous aspect. After the female has laid the eggs the male places them upon her back, fecundates them, and then presses them into cellules, which at that period open from their receptioin, and afterwards close over them.

Surinam Toad

Its color is brownish olive, above and whitish below. It is sometimes 7 inches long, and has a peculiarly…

"When the female has laid her eggs, the male takes them and piles them on her back." Her skin becomes inflamed until the eggs are absorbed into her skin.

Surinam Toad

"When the female has laid her eggs, the male takes them and piles them on her back." Her skin becomes…

A genus of tailless amphibians allied to the frogs, but differing from them in having a thicker and more clumsy body. The hind legs are short and the toes slightly webbed, thus making it impossible to leap with facility.

Toads

A genus of tailless amphibians allied to the frogs, but differing from them in having a thicker and…