Tomato frogs are best identified by their striking colors. Males are a yellow-orange and females a brighter, red-orange. The frogs’ undersides are an off-white color, and in some instances these frogs may have black spots on their backs. Two dorsolateral folds run down their backs, and a dark brown stripe extends from behind the eyes to each rear leg. The tomato frogs’ forefeet are not webbed, and the webbing in their hind limbs is not pronounced. Tomato frogs grow between 2.5 and 3.5 inches (60 to 90 millimeters), and females tend to be slightly larger than males. These frogs spend much of their time burrowed under leaves and mud.