Which of these belongs to the 'Bombinatoridae' family?
'Bombinatoridae' is a family of toads found in Eurasia. Species of the family have flattened bodies and some are highly toxic.
Bombina species are warty, aquatic toads about 7 cm (2.8 in) in length, and most noted for their bright bellies. The animal can arch its back and limbs to expose the bright belly, and may turn over on its back. This acts as a warning to predators. The vocal behavior of some Bombina species is unusual in that the call is produced during inhalation rather than exhalation as in other frogs. They lay pigmented eggs in ponds.