Oak Toads are very tiny!
They are actually the smallest toad in the United States. They hardly ever grow to me longer then an inch and a half and they have a stripe down their back and four or six small spots on the sides of the stripe. They breed in the summer months and make a very cute "cheep..cheep...cheep" call. They are easily eaten by cane toads because of their small size. Can you imagine how many of these little guys could be eaten by just one cane toad? These toads are often found in sandy areas, hence the name "oak toad". And they also can be seen hoping around during the day.
This is a Gopher Frog.
Sometimes they can be confused with Cane Toads but are VERY different. They are not fat and slow like Cane Toads, they can jump far! They also have no "M" shaped ridge on their face and notice how their eyes are round and have different pupils. They also do not have the large triangle shaped poison gland. They have a raised ridge down both sides of their body. They like dry scrub areas and pine forests when they are not breeding. They breed in temporary wetlands that are typically shallow and don't contain a lot of fish.