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Frogs for sale

If you like the idea of owning a huge Horned or Bullfrog, then this is the section you need to be in. Not only do we sell ground frogs, but tree frogs such as the popular White's and the impressive large Cuban Tree Frog.

African Dwarf Bullfrog PhotoAvailable to Order

African Dwarf Bullfrog
Pyxicephalus edulis

Most of the African Dwarf Bullfrogs are collected from central African like Tanzania, Ghana and Nigera. They still reach a reasonable size of up to 12cm in length.

American Green Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

American Green Tree Frog
Hyla cinerea

American Green Tree Frogs are typically green in colour with a lateral cream stripe that runs down their body. These are ideal for beginners as long as plenty of plants are placed throughout the terrarium.

Argentinian Horned Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Argentinian Horned Frog
Ceratophrys cranwelli

The Argentine Horned Frog also known commonly as the Pacman frog; comes from the rainforests of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. A voracious eater that will attempt to swallow anything that moves close to its mouth.

Borneo Eared Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Borneo Eared Tree Frog
Polypedates otilophus

A medium to large sized frog reaching lengths of up to 9.5cm with a triangular shaped head. General dorsal colouration is brown to yellow along with cream to white ventrally. Numerous thin black stripes run down the back from the head.

Chubby Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Chubby Frog
Kaloula pulchra

The Asian Painted Bullfrog are also known as Chubby Frog within the pet trade. These are an hardy medium sized species that are ideal for beginners.

Cuban Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Cuban Tree Frog
Osteopilus septentrionalis

Cuban Tree Frogs are the largest tree frog in North America, reaching an adult size of 15cm (6 inches). They adapt very well to captive life and make great beginners Tree Frogs!

Dyeing Poison Dart Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Dyeing Poison Dart Frog
Dendrobates tinctorius

A relatively large species of Dendrobates, reaching sizes of up to 5cm in length. This species is found in nearly all of the French Guiana and parts of Surinam, Brazil and Guyana.

False Tomato Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

False Tomato Frog
Dyscophus guineti

False Tomato Frog are known to many as Tomato Frogs, this is the only species available in captivity. They are a lovely red to orange colouration with a dark line running from their eyes to the belly area.

Fantasy Horned Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Fantasy Horned Frog
Ceratophrys cranwelli x ornata

Argentinian Horned Frog's are one of the largest amphibians, growing to an adult size of 100-150mm and weighing up to 2Kgs. They eat what ever they can fit in their mouth, be an insect, frog, mouse or even small lizards!

Golden Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Golden Tree Frog
Polypedates leucomystax

The Golden Tree Frog is from South East Asia, ranging from the Himalayas to Southern China, Java, Kalimantan, the Philippines and India.

Grey Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Grey Tree Frog
Hyla versicolor

The Grey Tree Frog is a suitable beginner species due to their tolerance of variable temperatures. They are small in size and easy to keep and maintain.

Red Eyed Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Red Eyed Tree Frog
Agalychnis callidryas

Red Eyed Tree Frogs are one of the most sought after species due to their bright colours and stunning red eyes.

Vermiculated Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

Vermiculated Tree Frog
Leptopelis vermiculatus

The Vermiculated Tree Frog is a medium sized tree frog reaching 4 to 8cm. There are two colour phases, the first being bright green with black speckles giving them a marbled effect, the second phase is brown with darker markings along the body.

White Lipped Tree Frog PhotoAvailable to Order

White Lipped Tree Frog
Litoria infrafrenata

The White Lipped Frog can be found in the northeast of Australia, New Guinea

African Big Eyed Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Big Eyed Tree Frog
Leptopelis sp

The African Big Eyed Tree Frog can be found in the savannah of northern tropical Africa.

African Bullfrog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Bullfrog
Pyxicephalus adspersus

The African Bullfrog is one of the biggest frogs in the world, they are large and robust with weights recorded up to one kilogram!

African Clawed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Clawed Frog
Xenopus laevis

The African clawed frogs are a South African aquatic frog. They can grow up to 12 cm long, have a flattened head and body, but no external ear or tongue.

African Reed Frogs PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Reed Frogs
Hyperolius sp.

With more than 100 species of Reed Frogs, it is very difficult to determine the Hyperolius species. It's always advisable to buy at least six specimens, as these would have been collected from the same area.

Amazon Milk Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Amazon Milk Frog
Phrynohyas resinifictrix

The Amazon Milk Frog is a fairly larger tree frog reaching a size of 2 to 4 inches. They are native to humid rainforests of South America.

Banded Banana Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Banded Banana Frog
Afrixalus fulvovittatus

The Banded Banana Frog is a small species reaching between 2-3cm; they are cream in colour with distinctive brown bands running the length of their body.

Barking Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Barking Tree Frog
Hyla gratiosa

Barking Tree Frogs are found in the south east of the United States. They generally have a bright green body with small circular brown markings.

Blue Leg Mantella PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Leg Mantella
Mantella expectata

The Blue Leg Mantella is simply stunning; it has a dark body with a bright yellow back, blue flanks and limbs. They inhabit a small region of southwest Madagascar, keep at cool temperatures.

Blue Poison Dart Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Poison Dart Frog
Dendrobates tinctorius azureus

One of the most popular and recognisable poison dart frog species. They grow to a size of around 4-5cm and care is relatively simple.

Blue-Webbed Gliding Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue-Webbed Gliding Tree Frog
Rhacophorus reinwardtii

The Blue-Webbed Gliding Tree Frog can reach an adult size of 90mm. They are green in colour, have large webs between their toes, which are brightly coloured from orange to purple.

Bubble Running Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bubble Running Frog
Kassina senegalensis

Running Frogs are from the Savanna area of Tropical Zone Africa.

Budget Frogs PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Budget Frogs
Lepidobatrachus laevis

Budget Frogs are an olive green colour and grow to an adult size of 11.5cm (4.5 inches). These are one strange and weird looking creature!

Bumblebee Dart Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bumblebee Dart Frog
Dendrobates leucomelas

A diurnal bright coloured frog that is spread through Central and South America.

Burmese Chubby Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Burmese Chubby Frog
Calluella guttulata

The Burmese Chubby Frog is a small species that reaches an adult size of 5cm. They can be found in Southeast Asia living in burrows and within leaf litter.

Chinese Green Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chinese Green Tree Frog
Hyla chinensis

The Chinese Green Tree Frog is a small species reaching between 2 and 4cm. They can be found living in China, Taiwan and Viet Nam.

Dwarf Clawed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Dwarf Clawed Frog
Hymenochirus boettgeri

A small aquatic frog that has a flat, slim body. They have thick hind limbs and webbed clawed feet. The eyes tend to be more to the side than in the smooth-skinned Xeneopus species. Interesting and small aquatic frog.

European Green Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

European Green Tree Frog
Hyla arborea

The European Green Tree Frog is a small arboreal species that reaches a maximum size of 4.5cm. They are bright green with a dark lateral stripe that runs from the nose down to the groin area.

European Pool Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

European Pool Frog
Pelophylax lessonae

The European Pool Frog is very similar to our native species; they grow to 5-9cm with females being larger. They are olive green with speckling and a cream underside; three distinctive ridges are present running down the length of the back.

Feas Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Feas Tree Frog
Rhacophorus feae

One of the largest tree frog species in the world! It rivals white lipped tree frogs for size.

Fire Walking Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Fire Walking Frog
Phrynomantis bifasciatus

This Fire Walking Frog can be found in the savannah's across West and Central Africa. These need to be kept in a dry sandy substrate with plenty of rocks and shelters.

Ghana Reed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ghana Reed Frog
Hyperolius fusciventris

This is a species of Reed Frog from Ghana. They are coloured green with a white belly and a few dark markings. They have red and yellow on the inside of their legs. Size is around 1.5 to 2.5cm.

Giant Red Legged Running Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Giant Red Legged Running Frog
Kassina maculata

Giant Red Legged Running Frogs are from the Indian Ocean side of Republic of South Africa, north-east of the the Kenya coast.

Globe Eyed Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Globe Eyed Tree Frog
Leptopelis uluguruensis

The Globe Eyed Tree Frog may also be known as Ruby Eyed Tree Frog or Uluguru Forest Tree Frog. These are a cool temperature species from the mountains of Tanzania.

Golden Mantella PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Golden Mantella
Mantella aurantiaca

The Golden Mantella is a small terrestrial frog endemic to the swamp forests in East-Central Madagascar. They are generally a bright orange colour but may also be yellow or red.

Golden Sedge Reed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Golden Sedge Reed Frog
Hyperolius puncticulatus

The Golden Sedge Reed Frog is simply stunning. They have a bright orange body, irregular yellow dorsum stripes covered with a outer ring of black.

Green & Black Poison Dart Frogs PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green & Black Poison Dart Frogs
Dendrobates auratus

This is a popular species of arrow frog amongst hobbyists. It is found in Central America and northwestern parts of South America. There are many different colour forms available.

Green and Golden Bell Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green and Golden Bell Frog
Litoria aurea

One of Australias largest frogs reaching an adult size of 11cm; colouration is green and gold as the name suggests. These frogs are active during the day, mainly to warm in the sun before feeding.

Green Mantella PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Mantella
Mantella viridis

Green Mantellas are generally bright green in colour, however some can be yellow to brown. They have a black mask that runs from the nose to the shoulder area. They inhabit Northern Madagascar, must be kept cool.

Grey Foam Nest Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Grey Foam Nest Tree Frog
Chiromantis xerampelina

Grey Foam Nest Tree Frogs are medium sized reaching an adult length of 5 to 9cm. They have the ability to change colour, allowing it camouflage whilst resting.

Long Nosed Horned Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Long Nosed Horned Frog
Megophrys nasuta

The Long Nosed Horned Frog is an impressive species with females reaching a maximum size of 5 inches, males are generally half the size. Although from the forest floor of Malaysia they must be kept at lower temperatures.

Madagascan Burrowing Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Madagascan Burrowing Frog
Scaphiophryne madagascariensis

The Madagascan Burrowing Frog has some striking colours; they have a brown body with bright lime green pattern. They are very hardy in captivity with low maintenance requirements.

Malagasy Red Eyed Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Malagasy Red Eyed Tree Frog
Boophis luteus

This Madagascan tree frog has stunning multi-coloured eyes, not only red and cream but also a blue ring around the eye socket. This is a new species within the hobby.

Malayan Giant Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Malayan Giant Frog
Limnonectes malesianus

Malayan Giant Frog found in Indonesia and Malaysia.

Malayan Leaf Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Malayan Leaf Frog
Megophrys montana

The Malayan Leaf Frog looks just like another leaf on the forest floor. The females grow large reaching an adult size of 15cm.

Middle East Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Middle East Tree Frog
Hyla savignyi

This frog is endemic to the Middle East region and can be found in various areas of grass and shrublands. Very similar to Hyla arborea in appearance and reaches sizes of no more than 4.5cm.

Mossy Frogs PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mossy Frogs
Theloderma corticale

Theloderma corticale is a Mossy Frog species endemic to Northern Vietnam. Its natural habitats are subtropical and tropical montane forests. They have a fantastic natural camouflage ability which gives them their common name.

Orange Back Mantella PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Orange Back Mantella
Mantella ebenaui

The Orange Back Mantella is just that; a Mantella with an orange back and dark sides. The underbelly is overall dark with cream to light blue speckles. Keep cool like all other species of Mantella.

Orange Sided Tree Frog or Morelets Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Orange Sided Tree Frog or Morelets Tree Frog
Agalychnis moreletii

The Orange Sided or Morelet's Tree Frogs are green with orange along the side, tops of the arms and the toes. They grow to an adult size of 6-8cm (2.5-3 inches).

Ornate Horned Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ornate Horned Frog
Ceratophrys ornata

The most common species of Horned Frog from the rain forests of Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. Like most Horned Frogs they are also commonly known as Pacman frogs and they will eat pretty much anything that fits into their mouth.

Ornate Pygmy Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ornate Pygmy Frog
Microhyla fissipes

The Ornate Pygmy Frog is just that, only reaching an adult size of 2 to 3cm. They inhabit lowland scrub forest and grassland of South-West China down to Vietnam.

Phantasmal Poison Frogs PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Phantasmal Poison Frogs
Epipedobates tricolor

The Phantasmal Poison Frog is a small species reaching an adult size 0f 1 to 4cm. They inhabit the slopes of the central Ecuador.

Pied Warty Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Pied Warty Frog
Theloderma aspernum

The Pied Warty Frog is the smallest of the genus, reaching no more than 3cm. These are mainly collected from Vietnam and are also known as Bird Poop Frog.

Pig Nosed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Pig Nosed Frog
Hemisus marmoratus

The Pig-nosed Frog is also called a Mottled Shovel-Nosed Frog due to the shape of its nose. They are found in the south of Africa, growing up to 35mm.

Riggenbachs Reed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Riggenbachs Reed Frog
Hyperolius riggenbachi

The Riggenbachs Reed Frog is also known as a Hieroglyphic Reed Frog; this is due to the females strong patterning. They have a dark back with light hieroglyphic markings and bright orange to red toe pads, males are green.

Spiny Rain Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Spiny Rain Frog
Scaphiophryne spinosa

This species endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are sub/tropical moist lowland forests and swamps. It is threatened by habitat loss like a lot of wildlife from the area.

Striped Spiny Reed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Striped Spiny Reed Frog
Afrixalus dorsalis

This small Reed Frog reaches an adult size between 25-30mm. Found in bushland in the West African forest.

Tiger Leg Monkey Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Tiger Leg Monkey Tree Frog
Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis

The Tiger Leg Monkey Tree Frog is named due to the orange tiger stripes on the legs and side of the body. They are a medium size tree frog that inhabit areas of the Amazon Rainforest.

Variable Reed Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Variable Reed Frog
Hyperolius viridiflavus

The Variable Reed Frog is just that; each subspecies varies depending on the location found. All have a few distinctive features including excess webbing and living in savannah areas.

Vietnamese Blue Gliding Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Vietnamese Blue Gliding Frog
Polypedates dennysii

The Vietnamese Blue Gliding Frog range from bright green to blue-green in colour. They are a large species of frog reaching sizes of up to 10cm.

Waxy Monkey Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Waxy Monkey Tree Frog
Phyllomedusa sauvagii

Waxy Monkey Tree Frogs grow to an adult size of 5 to 8cm, females being largest. They have a waxy feel to their skin, this allows them to bask in tree tops of South to Central America.

West African Rubber Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

West African Rubber Frog
Phrynomantis microps

This Rubber Frog can be found in the savannah's across West and Central Africa.

Whites Tree Frog PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Whites Tree Frog
Litoria caerulea

The is the best tree frog to keep if you are a beginner or wanting a new species to add to your collection. With their round, plump bodies and big appetites, these will keep you amused.

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