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Toad

Habitat:

Farmlands

Notes:

Was on the stairs in the back garden. Had very warty skin. Apparently, this one is still a "baby", according to my gran they can grow to the size of my palm, this one was a lot smaller. Oh and before I forget, the Hungarian name: Varangyos Béka (litt: Warty frog). It supposedly has poisonous spit.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Saarbrigger
Saarbrigger 10 years ago
European Green Toad
Bufo viridis European Green Toad


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6 Comments

MártonSzabolcs
MártonSzabolcs 9 years ago

Zöld varangy (Bufo viridis).

Gaia80
Gaia80 10 years ago

If you live close to an urban settlement you might add this to the Urban biodiversity-mission

Gaia80
Gaia80 10 years ago

The skin is the only toxic area of the toad, the two biggest warts behind each eye is producing most of the bufotoxin(general term), but will not excrete it unless it fears for its life. Not harmful for humans, but will cause nausea if ingested.

Saarbrigger
Saarbrigger 10 years ago

In this area of Hungary (Györ) we many of these toads this spring. It was fun watching them jumping walking and.. around. At the evening it was sometimes ab bit loud :-(.

Maybe you connect your spottings to the "Pannonian wildelife" mission I just created. It would fit perfectly.

CikraVajnai
CikraVajnai 10 years ago

Yeah she (? really? how can you tell?) did...five mins later when I went back I could no longer find her :)
Why isnt there a Mission involving amphibians?! Amphibians of the World or something similar....wanted to add this toad :(

RobertShinn
RobertShinn 10 years ago

Nice!!! look how she blends in...

CikraVajnai
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CikraVajnai

Pázmánd, Dunántúl, Hungary

Spotted on Aug 16, 2011
Submitted on Aug 16, 2011

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