Bufo bufo


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common toad of Europe

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Antwort von retinalen Ganglienzellen bei freibeweglichen Kroten (Bufo bufo L.).
The absence of species and sex recognition during mate search by male common toads, Bufo bufo. Ethology Ecology and Evolution, 14: 1-8.
The sample dung was procceed of domestic and wild animal such as: rhinoceros (Rhinoceros simun), dove (Columba livia), dog (Canis familiaris), rat (Rattus norvegicus), cat (Felis catus), frog (Bufo bufo), hen (Gallus domesticus), tiger (Panthera tigris), deer (Cervus elaphus), pig (Sus scrofa), horse (Equus caballus), lion (Felis leo), turkey (Meleagris gallopavo), cow (Bos taurus), duck (Oxyura jamaicensis), donkey (Aquus spp.) and others [4, 7].
The effect of winter temperatures on the timing of breeding activity in the common toad Bufo bufo. Oecologia, 117:469-475.
Month Dominant Dominant Dominant Dominant Species Amphibian Reptile Mammal July Bufo Bufo Coluber Blarina terrestris terrestris constrictor/ carolinensis Eumeces laticeps August Bufo Bufo Coluber Peromyscus sp.
Serotonin-degradative pathways in the toad (Bufo bufo japonicus) brain: clues to the pharmacological analysis of human psychiatric disorders.
Although Dodd and Seigel's earlier review in 1991 noted few successful amphibian translocation projects, a number of later projects (and one project they might have overlooked) achieved the goal of a self-sustaining populations for relatively common species: gray tree frogs (Hyla versicolor), spring peepers (Pseudacris crucifer), spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum), wood frogs (Rana sylvatica), common toads (Bufo bufo), and common frogs (Rana temporaria) (Cook 1989; Sexton et al.
Effects of body size and parasite infections on the locomotory performance of juvenile toads, Bufo bufo. Oikos, 66:129-136.
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.
The effect of social interactions on tadpole activity and growth in the British anuran amphibians (Bufo bufo, B.
Iridoviruses have also triggered declines of the common frog (Rana temporaria) and the common toad (Bufo bufo) in Britain.
Effects of body size and parasite infection on the locomotory performance of juvenile toads Bufo bufo. Oikos 66: 129-136.
Age determination of male Bufo bufo (Amphibia, Anura) from the Netherlands, based on year rings in phalanges.