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Cane Toadlet

Rhinella marina/Bufo marinus


Spotted in a small volcanic sediment tube cave in Negros.


Emerson Sy commented that this "is about 1/1000th adult size. By metamorphosizing relative early, tadpoles of this species minimize time spent in possibly fast drying temporary pools and avoid desiccation."


ID to species by Emerson Sy (Phil. Biodiversity Net). Photo by Glen Malliet.

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Aaron_G 11 years ago

Hi there. This cute toad was placed in the "Reptiles of the World" mission, most likely by mistake. Can you please move it to "Amphibians of the World" instead? Thanks!

Here's the link:

AnjaliAnantharam 12 years ago


KarenL 12 years ago

Very cute!

Chief mad apple
Chief mad apple 12 years ago

Wow that's cool

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 12 years ago

Incredible !
Grate collection !

Tanjay, Siquijor, Philippines

Spotted on Feb 25, 2009
Submitted on Feb 26, 2012

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