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Description:

Trying to identify this species before Friday for a project I'm trying to throw together; let me know if you can help me identify it! Thank you!

Habitat:

Beside creekbed

1 Species ID Suggestions

AshleyT
AshleyT 4 years ago
Oak Toad
Anaxyrus quercicus http://srelherp.uga.edu/anurans/bufque.htm


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3 Comments

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Jellis
Jellis 4 years ago

Hard to tell. I lean to either the Fowler's but the small toad looks almost an adult which the Oak Toad is. The markings could go either way too.

AprilArthur
Spotted by
AprilArthur

South Carolina, USA

Spotted on May 9, 2016
Submitted on Sep 22, 2016

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