American toad

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common toad of America

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Fowler's Toad (Anaxyrus fowleri)--Fowler's Toad seems to be less common in the Stemler Cave area than the American Toad.
We tested for the effects of green frog treatment with orthogonal contrasts on American toad survival, mass and activity over time with a repeated measure analysis of variance (ANOVA) using terrarium mean as the experimental unit.
American toads in this region are referred to the subspecies B.
These toads are easily confused with the American toad, to which they are closely related, but the parotid gland of the Canadian toad is larger both in length and width.
In one of those examples of man foolishly messing with nature, a huge kind of South American toad was let loose in Florida and other parts of the world earlier this century to try to control sugar cane pests.
In the case of the American toad, all the female gets from the male is sperm, or genetic material for her offspring.
50] of 48 ppm for atrazine in the American toad 4-days posthatching.
The American toad (Bufo americanus, ISUVC #3594, 4029, 4030) was common both north and south of I-70.
Another call to listen for is the long trill of the male American toad.
Likewise, Green found infections in several Maryland specimens of the common American toad.
triseriata), spring peeper, eastern gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor) and American toad (Bufo americanus).
The aims of this study were to: (1) examine the potential importance of competitive interactions between two common benthic grazers, the snail Physella integra and tadpoles of the American toad Bufo americanus, in isolated, streamside pools, and (2) assess responses by the algal community to herbivory by these grazers.
Simultaneously, the American toads sing out from every vernal pool and the creek itself, their calls a high and surprisingly musical sounding trill.
3: The Eastern United States" presents fascinating information about the habits of white-tailed deer, black widow spiders, bobcats, giant swallowtail butterflies, ant lions, walking sticks, spotted salamanders, river otters, American toads, and many more eastern U.
The effect of soil composition and hydration on the bioavailability and toxicity of cadmium to hibernating juvenile American toads.
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