People prefix their names with various titles but yes... in general just the "Firebelly Toad" and if Chinese is attached that's fine too
Space is also nice for frogs... what size tank is being considered for it right now?
Usually FBTs (firebellied toads) get started out with a 5 gallon tank so you can have more than one...
This is what we did with a 55 to house several of them...
They have a lot of SOFT landmass and then a little waterfall that leads down into their mini "pond"
The key is providing the frogs with a low level of water area so they can swim and float while also providing a good land area where they can relax and hunt... They'll need crickets and crickets tend to drown in the water .... Frogs only like live crickets... quite the dilemma lol
A quote from a basic care sheet located at:
Firebelly toads should be kept in a 10 gallon tank or larger. A recommended substrate for these amphibians, is moss. Gravel should only be used in the water area of the tank. Because of their small size, many people may be tempted to keep them in a smaller tank, say a 5 gallon tank. But, because a 10 gallon tank is hard enough to keep in balance, anything smaller can be near impossible to keep balanced. It is much easier to control temperature, humidity, bacteria and disease in a larger tank than a small one. A firebelly toad's tank can be arranged in many different ways, here are some ideas:
I agree with everything noted in the quote... though I have seen people keep a couple of toads successfully in a 5 gallon tank... it really is a bit more complicated....