Juvenile approximately 1 year old
27.8mm from snout to vent and 3.77g. Skin very dry, and short legs
- tan and brown coloring
- has two poison glands
- short legs
Green toad with symmetrical black spots on body.
27.8 mL 3.77g
Found on path
Juvenile toad 27.8mm from snout to vent. No more than 2 warts per spot and shorter legs than a true frog. Weather Data when found:
22.6 deg C
Found in leaf litter of an uphill forest. Slope about 16 degrees, canopy cover about 73%.
Found a American toad in the leaf litter patches at upslope (16 degrees) with temperature of 23.1'C and canopy cover of 72.96%.
Juvenille ~1yr old. Found hopping across the middle of the trail in lowland forest.
Found this American Toad in the Pittsfield State Forest. The area given is the general area due to the hiking trails not being labeled.
The American toad (Bufo americanus) is a common species of toad found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. It is divided into three subspecies—the eastern American toad (B. a. americanus), the dwarf American toad (B. a. charlesmithi), and the rare Hudson Bay toad (B. a. copei). A new taxonomy considers this species Anaxyrus americanus.