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The Fowler’s Toad is a woodsy color, with brown splotches all around its body and a thin white streak that goes along its back. The Fowler’s frog is small, only a couple inches long.
The Fowler’s Toad mainly lives in areas with sandy soils, but is also known for living in moist areas like forest and fields.
The Fowler’s toad breeds in areas of shallow deposits that are within a close distance to a body of water. The toads usually breed from April all the way to July.
Lat: 39.13, Long: -76.53
Spotted on Sep 17, 2019
Submitted on Oct 11, 2019