A White's treefrog that was run over last month by a lawnmower is slated to be released back into the wild.
There is no physical contact during what researchers call the "dorsal straddle."
A new frog species has been discovered near the border of Peru’s Manu National Park.
The frog was flown from Mount Isa, Queensland to Cairns free of charge.
Dendropsophus mapinguari was discovered in 2009 but has just been described.
The frog was hit by a vehicle which injured its back.
The recovery plan for the California tiger salamander was 10 years in the making.
The frog was discovered in the Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Tiger Reserve.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is offering free training to help count frogs.
Pristimantis IIAP is just one of many new species that will be detailed in future issues of the Annals of Carnegie Museum.
The actual amphibian species diversity on the island of Taiwan is likely higher than currently thought.
The Quito rocket frog is found in just one location in Ecuador.
Franky’s treefrog was rediscovered by accident by renowned biologist Sathyabhama Das Biju
The two frogs were first spotted in 2010 but were not described until December 2015.
Prisoner finds a frog in the prison yard and releases him when he got out.
DNA, voice recordings, CT scanning of internal anatomy, and chromosome analysis determined the species were new to science.
Now Chinese scientists have pulled it from the cave for “further study”
Dendropsophus bromeliaceus is found in bromeliad plants filled with rainwater.
It is suggested that coloration plays a role in aggressiveness of strawberry poison frogs.
The Lake Titicaca frog is critically endangered due in part to the frog being grinded up in a juice elixer.
The Baw Baw frog is critically endangered and is currently known in just a single locality in Australia.
The controversial chemical Virkon was used to clear Mallorcan midwife toad ponds of the Chytrid fungus.
Animals that use other defenses such as mimicry, camouflage and warning coloration tend to evolve more efficiently.
The Atlantic Coast leopard frog is quite different from the Southern leopard frog.
6.9 percent of all frog species will go extinct over the next 100 years.
The frogs, Cophixalus rajampatensis and Cophixalus salawatiensis have slender bodies less than 23mm in length.
The coqui frog is established on the Big Island of Hawaii but is not yet established on Oahu.
The Kuranda treefrog has been upgraded to endangered from near-threatened.
The next step is for the USFWS to conduct a full status review of the Cascade and Columbia torrent salamanders.
The little ninja frog has an effective way of ridding his nest of wasps
The frog is commonly called a cricket frog or Fejervarya frog.
The parasitic disease is a single-celled microbe related to oyster parasites.
Noblella madreselva is from the family of so-called flesh belly frogs, Craugastoridae
Two Brazilian frog species use spiked lips to deliver toxins to predators.
Two North American salamander species are susceptible to Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans
The frog, Indirana Salelkari is named after state ranger forest officer Prakash Salelkar.
The Chiricahua leopard frog is listed as vulnerable by the IUCN
Odontobatrachus natator is actually five distinct species of frog.
About 850 tadpoles were released into two streams in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Alaskan wood frogs can freeze and thaw due to sugar buildup in their bodies.
The changing color and patterns of the same species of frog is interesting.
The giant salamander is listed as near threatened by the IUCN.
Study says frogs that survive exposure to chytrid build resistance to the fungus.
Not all frogs can jump as far as the "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."
The California red-legged frog is now the official state amphibian of California.
The varying color patterns of dyeing dart frogs affect how potential predators see the frogs.
The wood frog is one step closer to becoming the official state amphibian of New York.
They are named dancing frogs due to the male's leg kicking during breeding season.
Australian angler Angus James was about to release the jungle perch when he noticed a live green treefrog in its mouth.
The amphibians have been devastated by pollution, pesticides and the chytrid fungus.