FrogWatch USA: South Carolina

South Carolina

The following is a list of frogs and toads that may be found in South Carolina. Click on the links to learn more about each species, see pictures, and to hear recordings of their calls.

American bullfrog
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American toad
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Barking treefrog
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Bird-voiced treefrog
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Brimley's chorus frog
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Carpenter frog
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Cope's gray treefrog
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Eastern narrow-mouthed toad
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Eastern spadefoot
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Fowler's toad
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Gopher frog
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Green frog
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Green treefrog
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Little grass frog
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Northern cricket frog
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Oak toad
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Ornate chorus frog
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Pickerel frog
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Pig frog
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Pine barrens treefrog
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Pine woods treefrog
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River frog
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​​​​​Southern chorus frog
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Southern cricket frog
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Southern leopard frog
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Southern toad
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Spring peeper
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Squirrel treefrog
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