Frogs (Collectibles)

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Frogs can be found by searching dead logs and some small ponds. There are 25 different frogs making this one of the largest collections. You can also breed frogs as long as you have at least two. Once you catch a frog you can put it out on display in your home where your Sims can view them. Unlike some other collected items though, they don't give any room benefits or allow any other interactions.

Breeding

By selecting one frog from your inventory and then selecting to breed it you will open up a window where you can pick a different type of frog which in turn will generate a new type of frog.

Find frogs in old logs located around the 'hoods.
Through trial and error a few people in the community have worked out some of the cross breeding possibilities and formulas. Frogs have two genes, Elements (Leaf, Dirt, Eggplant, Heart, Sunflower), and Attributes (None, Striped, Spotted, Surf, Whirl).

Some frog names actually include their genes if you think about it. For example a Tiger Frog is actually a Striped Sunflower Frog and a Leopard Frog is a Spotted Sunflower Frog. These give an idea as to how you need to go about breeding to get those last few remaining frogs you never quite find, especially the rares.

So for example if you breed a Striped Leaf Frog with a Spotted Dirt Frog you will end up with one of four possible combinations of striped/spotted and dirt/leaf. Because of this you need to allow for a 1 in 4 chance to get what you want, and more if looking for rares.

Below is a breeding table created from using many sources in the community. As an example, if you are looking for the elusive Bullseye Frog then you need to breed a Heart (something) Frog with a Whirl (something) Frog.

Common Frogs are in standard font, Uncommon Frogs are in Italic and Rare Frogs are in Bold text.
None Striped Spotted Surf Whirl
Leaf Leaf Frog Striped Leaf Frog Spotted Leaf Frog Surfer Leaf Frog HypnoFrog
Dirt Dirt Frog Striped Dirt Frog Spotted Dirt Frog Dirtsurfer Frog Dirtwhirl Frog
Eggplant Eggplant Frog Striped Eggplant Frog Spotted Eggplant Frog Surfer Eggplant Frog Eggplant Whirl Frog
Heart Heart Frog Striped Heart Frog Spotted Heart Frog Heartsurfer Frog Bullseye Frog
Sunflower Sunflower Frog Tiger Frog Leopard Frog Sunsurfer Frog Whirlyflower Frog

Frog Types

Image Name Value Rarity Description
Leaf Frog.png Leaf Frog §35 Common This frog is notorious for its ability to camouflage itself in more verdant environs.
Eggplant Frog.png Eggplant Frog §35 Common The deep purple of this amphibian has contributed to its popularity among collectors and royal families the world over.
Sunflower Frog.png Sunflower Frog §35 Uncommon Long, sunny days sipping lemonade gives this frog its brilliant golden color.
Heart Frog.png Heart Frog §35 Common Thanks to its brilliant coloring, the Heart Frog has been given as a token of affection for years.
Dirt Frog.png Dirt Frog §35 Common The solid brown Dirt Frog is an unassuming fellow, but has a great sense of humor.
Spotted Leaf Frog .png Spotted Leaf Frog §35 Common The Spotted Leaf Frog is mottled with cute, green freckles. In high school, it was voted "Most likely to be a Rockstar".
Spotted Dirt Frog.png Spotted Dirt Frog §35 Common The mud-colored speckling of this amphibian provides excellent camouflage in chocolate pudding.
Spotted Heart Frog.png Spotted Heart Frog §35 Uncommon The Spotted Heart Frog is adorned with pimple-like red dots. It can hula hoop with bent reeds.
Leopard Frog .png Leopard Frog §35 Uncommon The Leopard Frog is dotted with mustard-colored specks. It aspires to a career in politics.
Spotted Eggplant Frog.png Spotted Eggplant Frog §35 Uncommon The majestic Spotted Eggplant Frog flaunts plum-colored speckles and ironically dislikes veggies.
Surfer Leaf Frog.png Surfer Leaf Frog §35 Uncommon This frog is proud of its green colors and skill hangin' ten.
Sunsurfer Frog.png Sunsurfer Frog §35 Rare The Sunsurfer Frog is not only yellow but also evokes the visual waves of heat rising on a hot day.
Dirtsurfer Frog.png Dirtsurfer Frog §35 Uncommon This frog's name comes not from its rippling earth-tone skin, but from a love for sand-boarding.
Surfer Eggplant Frog.png Surfer Eggplant Frog §35 Rare The Surfer Eggplant Frog is well known in warm climates with gnarly beaches.
Heartsurfer Frog.png Heartsurfer Frog §35 Rare Love keeps this little red guy riding the waves.
Striped Leaf Frog.png Striped Leaf Frog §35 Common Its skin is the height of camouflage as this from feeds on the Striped Leaf Insect.
Striped Dirt Frog.png Striped Dirt Frog §35 Uncommon The Striped Dirt Frog, despite its homely looks, is actually considered the be at the top of the Dirt Frog hierarchy.
Tiger Frog.png Tiger Frog §35 Uncommon Unlike its namesake, the Tiger Frog does not have teeth. Or fur.
Striped Heart Frog.png Striped Heart Frog §35 Uncommon Traditionally, this frog has been kept as a pet by barbers.
Striped Eggplant Frog.png Striped Eggplant Frog §35 Uncommon The Striped Eggplant Frog is prone to violent outbursts. No one's sure why.
Hypno Frog.png Hypno Frog §35 Uncommon Ancient tribes people in the jungle are known for licxking the HypnoFrog. Apparently it tasted like apples.
Bullseye Frog.png Bullseye Frog §35 Rare Named for its slight resemblance to a bull's eye, this frog is known to have a natural fear of bows and arrows.
Eggplant Whirl Frog.png Eggplant Whirl Frog §35 Rare Eggplant Whirl Frogs are known for being fickle and sarcastic.
Dirtwhirl Frog.png Dirtwhirl Frog §35 Uncommon The Dirtwhirl Frog is often found in circles in mud puddles.
Whirlyflower.png Whirlyflower Frog §35 Rare Also called the Daisy Frog, this specimen is well known for its bright voice and sunny disposition.