Yosemite toad found during the day next to a very small stream within a large meadow in Yosemite National Park.
Male Yosemite toad in the vicinity of Mono Pass, Yosemite National Park. This individual appeared lethargic and was having problems shedding skin on its dorsal side.
Yosemite toad tadpoles in shallow water in a meadow around Saddlebag Lake.
Found under a mossy rock during the day, sitting in flowing water in a creek in the Young Lakes area.
Female Yosemite toad found near south end of Rock Island Lake, Yosemite National Park
Male Yosemite toad in a wet meadow near Porcupine Creek, found near fertile eggs
Male Yosemite toad at Kerrick Meadows near Peeler Lake in Yosemite National Park
Female Yosemite toad found near drying pool in Dana Meadows, Yosemite National Park
Two Yosemite Toads found in a flooded meadow, one adult male and one subadult. Hundreds of larvae were also seen at this location.
The Yosemite toad (Anaxyrus canorus, formerly Bufo canorus) is a species of true toad in the family Bufonidae (Anaxyrus is a genus of toads distributed across North America). Endemic to the Sierra Nevada of California, the species ranges from the montane forests of El Dorado County near Lake Tahoe south to subalpine Fresno County near Tehipite Valley in Kings Canyon. Yosemite toads show a narrow elevational distribution from 6,200 feet to 11,300 feet. They are the...