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Tag Archives: Toad Tuesday
Western Spadefoot Toad (Spea hammondii):
Some American Toad eggs here. Normally they are black, but some white ones are mixed in too. I’ll be exploring that in a future post.
A handsome black-spectacled toad (Duttaphrynus melanostictus) photographed in Duong Lam, Vietnam.
A tiny American Toad that has recently transformed from a tadpole to a toadlet. Sitting next to a penny for scale.
Here we have a calling American Toad from Northeast Ohio. I also posted some videos from this toad breeding frenzy earlier this year.