Bufo bufo


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Related to Bufo bufo: Bufo calamita, Bufo viridis
  • noun

Synonyms for Bufo bufo

common toad of Europe

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Establishment of populations of the common frog, Rana temporaria, and common toad, Bufo bufo, in a newly created reserve following translocation.
Effects of body size and parasite infections on the locomotory performance of juvenile toads, Bufo bufo.
Annual growth rings in phalanges of Bufo bufo (Anura, Amphibia) from the Netherlands and their use for age determination.
In addition to Chinese herbs, many of which are now familiar to Western herbal scientists, this volume includes a raft of non-herbal materials outside the main stream of current Western therapeutic practice, such as cicada slough (shed by the nymph of Cryptotympana pustulata), cow bezoar (gallstones), cuttlefish bone, donkey hide gelatin, dragon bone (the skeletal fossil of ancient mammals such as Stegodon orientalis and Rhinoceros sinensis), flying squirrel faeces, horn of antelope, goat and water buffalo, mantis eggcase, mother-of-pearl, and toad venom, "the dried secretion of the skin glands of Bufo bufo gargarizans or B.
Norway: Since 1966, biologists have documented losses of the common European toad, Bufo bufo, on islands in the outer regions of Oslo's fjord.