boreas tadpoles returned 471 records (search conducted by requesting all Bufo boreas and Anaxyrus boreas records with the terms "tadpole OR tadpoles OR larva OR lot" and then eliminating any records that could not be confidently assigned as tadpoles).
Mating pattern variability among western toad (Bufo boreas) populations.
Population dynamics of the western toad, Bufo boreas halophilus, at Hidden Lake.
Observations of boreal toad (Bufo boreas) breeding populations in northwestern Utah.
COSEWIC status report on the Western Toad, Bufo boreas
, in Canada.
But last year, wildlife officials found it in lowland leopard frogs (Rana yavapaiensis) outside the city of Phoenix, Arizona, and in boreal toads (Bufo boreas
boreas) near Denver, Colorado.
A translocation project involving the boreal toad (Bufo boreas), an endangered species in Colorado, failed; no tadpoles or adults were seen at the release sites during intensive monitoring surveys (Muths et al.
Experimental repatriation of boreal toad (Bufo boreas) eggs, metamorphs, and adults in Rocky Mountain National Park.
dukae from Taricha torosa, Rana aurora and Bufo boreas from California but illustrated 16 papillae and for this reason we have referred his specimens to Cosmocerco ides variabilis (Table 2).
Bufo boreas Los Angeles Glypthelmins quieta (Stafford, 1900) Stafford, 1905 = Distomum quietum Stafford, 1900 = Margeana californiensis Cort, 1919 = Glypthelmins californiensis (Cort, 1919) Miller, 1930 = Glypthelmins subtropica Harwood, 1932 Rana aurora referred by Sullivan, 1976 San Francisco Rana aurora referred by Sullivan, 1976 San Diego, Butte Rana boylii referred by Sullivan, 1976 Butte Rana boylii referred by Sullivan, 1976 Marin, Sonoma Rana catesbeiana San Mateo, Santa Clara Glypthelmins shastai Ingles, 1935 Bufo boreas Shasta Gorgoderina sp.
Helminths of the western toad, Bufo boreas (Bufonidae) from southern California.
An analysis of helminth infections in Bufo boreas (Amphibia: Bufonidae) and Hyla regilla (Amphibia: Hylidae) in Southern California.
The plump, lumpy western toad, Bufo boreas
, has been declining even in relatively pristine havens like the heights of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon, laments Joseph M.
has been reported in Bufo boreas
, Bufo woodhouse, Hyla regilla, Rana aurora and Rana catesbeiana from the northwest United States (Lehmann, 1965).
Because the ilia listed above exhibit characters most similar to those found in the Bufo boreas
species group, we refer our specimens to the B.