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Thanks for the ID, Patty! Yes, it looks like an Escuercito.
Nice spotting Daniela, I think they belong to the Odontophrynus americanus which we have in our region. Greetings.
I've just updated the location.
Then you may need to update your location.
Hi Jellis, these are not captive toads. Toads are very common in our gardens and backyards. I took these picture in my backyard, I think one of this could be Rhinella arenarum, but the other looks different to Rhinella. I have another two spotting of toads, you can check it here:http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/139...http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/139...
Are these captive toads? It looks like two different species and you have the location inside a building. The location and if they are captive make it a little harder to identify if they are not native. Please post a note if these are captive.
Lat: -24.81, Long: -65.42
Spotted on Mar 5, 2011 Submitted on Sep 18, 2012