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Variation across North America: Ringneck Snake

Ringneck snakes are found across most of the United States, but vary greatly in size and color pattern. Continue reading

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Toad Tuesday 12: teeny tiny metamorphosed toad on a penny

A tiny American Toad that has recently transformed from a tadpole to a toadlet. Sitting next to a penny for scale.

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Toad Tuesday 6: Baby American Toads Under Mushroom

The orange mushroom caught my attention, then I realized that two small, recently metamorphosed American Toads were hunkered down nearby. And here the toads are!

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Toad Tuesday 3: Cane toad in Maui

A cane toad (Rhinella marina, AKA, Bufo marinus) seen in Maui, hopping around in the middle of the night. In many parts of the world, cane toads are an invasive species.

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Toad Tuesday 1: amplexus with leech

I’m starting a “Toad Tuesday” series for the blog. I’ll try to post a toad photo every week, with minimal information. I’ll also sometimes tweet the photos with #toadtuesday. Here we go: amplexing toads with a leech photobomb:

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