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Western green toad

Bufo debilis insidior


Green toads are typically a green or yellow in color with black spotting and a cream colored underside. They are not a large toad, growing to 2 inches in length.


They are nocturnal and secretive, and only readily found during and immediately after periods of rainfall, their habitat is semi-arid and often very dry.


The green toad has a limited range in Oklahoma, and I was lucky enough to find one while road cruising. I wish I had better photos, but this was when I had gotten my first digital camera and wasn't very good with it yet.

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Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on May 26, 2003
Submitted on Jan 4, 2012

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