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Links to Frog & Toad Related Web Sites
Last updated November 11th 2009

General Amphibian Interest

Links to web sites that deal with Frogs & Toads, and perhaps other amphibians.

AmphibiaWeb – The University of California at Berkeley’s fantastic reference site for amphibian species and conservation status. AmphibiaWeb is advised by some of the world’s pre-eminent scientists specialising in amphibians.
CaliforniaHerps.com – An excellent informative web site dealing with the reptiles and amphibians of California and beyond. From the web site’s intro: “This website is an illustrated atlas that documents the diverse reptile and amphibian fauna found in California. Our goal is to educate, entertain, and promote an awareness and appreciation of indigenous reptiles and amphibians and their natural habitats. In addition to the complete section on California herps, there are collections of pictures of reptiles and amphibians and their habitats from many areas beyond California.” [Added August 4th 2009] Frank Indiviglio’s Amphibian articles at ThatPetPlace. [Added November 10th 2009] Frank Indiviglio’s Reptile Blog at ThatPetPlace. [Added November 11th 2009] That Fish Place/That Pet Place [Added November 11th 2009]

White Tree Frog Society (WTF) www.whitetreefrogsociety.com
Links to Frog & Toad or Amphibian relevant societies.


Australian Herpetological Society
Frog and Tadpole Study Group of NSW
Queensland Frog Society
Victorian Frog Group

British Herpetological Society

Chicago Herp Society
Dallas Fort Worth Herpetological Society
Maine Herpetological Society
Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society
San Diego Herpetological Society
Texas Herpetological Society
The New England Herpetological Society – The New England Herpetological Society is a group of reptile and amphibian enthusiasts. Its goals are education, conservation and the advancement of herpetology. Society members have unique opportunities to further their knowledge of and participation in all aspects of herpetology. Originally known as the Massachusetts Herpetological Society, it was founded in 1972.
Virginia Herpetological Society

Other Forums

Frog & Toad and/or other Amphibian Internet Forums.

Caudata.org – Axolotls, Newts & Salamanders : Free Information and Advice from expert enthusiasts and scientists.

If you have more resource links please submit them – please note that we only link family friendly sites.

Sumon Rahman