Sonoran Green Toad for sale (Bufo retiformis) MALES ONLY

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Sonoran Green Toads - Bufo retiformis

The Sonoran Green Toads for sale are about 1.5-2.5" in total length. Thats full grown for this species. They like it dry with a water bowl and a small Zoomed basking bulb of 25f.

A small hiding place and a cool area are recomended to keep them happy. 

Shipping your new Sonoran Green Toads:

We ship our toads FED EX overnight. Most packages arrive by 10:30am. If you live in a smaller town, or in a rural area it may arrive between 12-4pm.

We also offer HOLD FOR PICKUP at your closest FedEx center, so you can pick the package up after work/school.
Our shipping days are Monday- Thursday. Amphibian orders placed before 2pm usually get shipped the same day .
 Amphibian orders placed after 2pm, get shipped the following day.
Ex: If you place your order at 5pm Monday, we will ship tuesday, and you will receive Wed. Morning.
You may request an alternate shipping day. Please email us at to let us know what day works for you.

Please see Live Arrival Guarantee page.

We pack your amphibians  in the safest, most efficient way possible. All amphibian orders are shipped in a styro-foam lined cardboard box used specifically for shipping amphibians.  Depending on weather conditions, we may include an ice pack or heat pack at no charge for the safety of the animals.
If weather conditions are too severe to ship, we will notify you and arrange a future shipping date. This is all done for the safety of the animal! 

The health and safety of the animal comes first!

Please read our terms before ordering.

2 Reviews

  • Posted by Gregory Mazzola on 27th Aug 2021


    Very healthy looking

    Good seller packed very well

  • Posted by Michael on 23rd Sep 2017


    Good community toad

    My two Sonorans have lived in a small a tank with a 1" baby Florida toad and a grown green treefrog for several months in my office. They aren't very active, but their green color makes them unique, particularly against the black gravel. They are hearty eaters of any small live foods. They seem particularly fond of quarter-inch crickets and bee moth larvae. They enjoy soaking in the small water dish. The male gives off a faint diminutive sound whenever another critter sits on him.