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    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Eastern Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Couch's Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Hurter's Spadefoot

    • Frog; Frogs; Toad; Toads; Amphibian; Amphibians; Spadefoots
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Couch's Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Anurans
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Couch's Spadefoot

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Anurans
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Couch's Spadefoot

    • Amphibians; Toads; Frogs
    • Spadefoots are often called Spadefoot Toads, but they are not actually true toads. They get their name from spades on their hind legs that facilitate burrowing through sandy soil. Spadefoots prefer grasslands, prairies, and savannahs and have...
    • Gulf Coast Toad

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Toads
    • The Gulf Coast Toad can be found in open grassland and forest habitats near water in semi-arid regions of Louisiana and Texas and into Mexico. These toads will eat almost anything that they can swallow.
    • Eastern Narrowmouth Toad

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Toads; Narrow-mouthed toads
    • The Eastern Narrowmouth Toad is usually encountered under rotting or moist woody debris near ponds or swamps. This toad feeds regularly on ants but will also eat a variety of other small insects.
    • Gulf Coast Toad

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Toads
    • The Gulf Coast Toad can usually be found in open grassland and forest habitats near water in semi-arid regions in Texas and Louisiana and into Mexico. These toads will eat almost anything they can swallow.
    • Gulf Coast Toad

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Toads; Anurans
    • The Gulf Coast Toad can usually be found in open grassland and forest habitats near water in semi-arid regions in Texas and Louisiana and into Mexico. These toads will eat almost anything they can swallow.
    • Oak Toad

    • Frog; Frogs; Toads; Amphibian; Amphibians; Anuran; Anurans; Calls; Chorus; Choruses; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Oak Toad is the smallest species of toad in North America. It lives in moist grassy areas with sandy soils and breeds in nearby shallow bodies of water. These toads are active during the day but spend much of their time hiding under debris. ...
    • Oak Toad

    • Frog; Frogs; Toads; Amphibian; Amphibians; Anuran; Anurans; Calls; Chorus; Choruses; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Oak Toad is the smallest species of toad in North America. It lives in moist grassy areas with sandy soils and breeds in nearby shallow bodies of water. These toads are active during the day but spend much of their time hiding under debris. ...
    • Gulf Coast Toad

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Toads; Herps; Anurans
    • The Gulf Coast Toad can be found in open grassland and forest habitats near water in semi-arid regions of Louisiana and Texas and into Mexico. These toads will eat almost anything that they can swallow.

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