Bufo bufo

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common toad of Europe

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The common toad - an amphibian with warty skin and waddling gait - is thought to be experiencing declines across the UK In some cases it's caused by the effect of road traffic as toads travel slowly back to the same breeding ponds, often used for generations.
If you thoroughly rinse an affected dog's mouth with water (using a squeeze bottle, disposable syringe, or garden hose), you can usually flush out the toxins of the common toad.
In the pools and former farm ponds are many amphibians including great crestednewt, common toad and common frog breed.
The ponds and adjacent areas will be able to provide a wide range of animal and plant species including common toad, warblers and wetland plants.
The common toad - with its warty skin and waddling gait - is thought to be experiencing declines in the UK and one of the problems is caused by increased road traffic as they travel slowly back to breeding ponds, often used for generations.
For example, the common toad (Bufo bufo) arrives at all its breeding sites, mates and spawns around the full Moon.
The common toad, with its dry, warty skin, mates later in the season, leaving long ribbons of spawn in shallow water.
At a lecture at London Zoo, ZSL research fellow Dr Trent Garner warned that UK species such as the common toad were among those increasingly under threat.
The six amphibian types living in Wales are the common frog and common toad, natterjack toad, palmate newt, great crested newt and smooth newt.
Tucked away in a corner, create a woodpile, just a few bits of cut wood arranged higgledy-piggledy will create a cosy place for the common toad to hibernate and breeding grounds for stag beetles and the woodlouse.
They include the common frog, common toad, natterjack toad, palmate newt, great crested newt and smooth newt.
Wildlife campaigners are helping the path of true love run smoothly for the common toad as the animals move in their thousands from hibernation to breeding ponds.
The common frog is our most frequently found amphibian, followed by common toad, smooth newt and great crested newt.
The common frog, the common toad, the natterjack toad, the palmate newt, the great crested newt and the smooth newt.