Toads for sale
Similar to Frogs, Toads have glands behind their ears that produce a toxic liquid, the Marine/Cane Toads secrete this more than others. You can keep less toxic species such as the Fire Bellied Toads these are always a favourite.
Available to Order Asian Spiny Toad Bufo melanostictus
The Black Spined Toad reaches an adult size of 90mm, they can be found throughout South-Eastern Asia.
Available to Order Cane Toad Bufo marinus
The Cane Toad also known as the Marine Toad is a huge terrestrial true toad which is native to Central and South America. It has been introduced into other non native countries and has caused big problems to native wildlife.
Available to Order Fire Bellied Toad Bombina orientalis
The Fire Bellied Toad is one of the most widely kept species of toad. Easy to keep and maintain makes them a great beginners amphibian.
Available to Order Surinam Toad Pipa pipa
Surinam Toads are leaf like in appearance and nearly completely flat. They have a strange reproduction where the female lays her eggs onto the males back. They can reach 20cm in length, however 10 to 13cm is typical.
Currently Unvailable Bumble Bee Toad Melanophryniscus stelzneri
These small black and yellow toads are a small species growing to an adult size of 25mm to 35mm, females being larger. On their underside they have flashes of red on their feed and belly. They are a hardy species of toad to keep in captivity.
Currently Unvailable Eastern Spadefoot Toad Scaphiopus holbrookii
The Eastern Spadefoot toad is from North America. It has one spur on each of its back feet for burrowing. They spend a large amount of their life underground in a dormant state. The unusual shaped feet has given this toad it's name.
Currently Unvailable Egyptian Green Toad Bufo viridis
The Egyptian Green Toad can reach a size 11cm (4.5 inch). Found in lowland areas in dryish and sandy habitats some live close to the seashore.
Currently Unvailable Egyptian Square Marked Toad Bufo regularis
The Egyptian Square Marked Toad has a large habitat range from Egypt throughout most of Africa. They have a general toad appearance and reach an adult size of 6 to 13cm, males tend to be much smaller.
Currently Unvailable Flower Pot Toad Kaloula baleata
The Flower Pot Toad can be found in Borneo, Indochinese Peninsula, Java, Malay Peninsula and Philippine Islands.
Currently Unvailable Giant Asian Toad Bufo asper
The Giant Asian Toad or River Toad as it is also known, can reach a length of 22cm, females are larger. They inhabit areas of South East Asia.
Currently Unvailable Great Plains Toad Bufo cognatus
The Great Plains Toads are easy to keep but seem to be rarely offered. They are active during the night in search for foods and hide during the day.
Currently Unvailable Southern Toad Bufo terrestris
The Southern Toad reaches an adult size of 4 to 9cm, females being the largest. They inhabit sandy areas, marshes, and mixed hardwood swamps in South America.
Currently Unvailable Tree Toad Pedostibes hosii
The Tree Toad is an arboreal species that lives in forests throughout Borneo . Females are large compared to males, reaching an adult size of up to 10cm.
Currently Unvailable Western Green Toad Bufo debilis
A nice small, brightly coloured species that is very active during the night in search of foods. The Western Green Toad makes a great pet amphibian, being
Currently Unvailable Yellow Bellied Toad Bombina variegata
The Yellow Bellied Toad grows to an adult size of 1-2 inches. They are a small, plump toad with a dark warty back and a yellow to orange belly.