Bear Creek, tributary to Gila River, east of town of Gila, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA.
One found, apparently no breeding activity (maybe too late in season). Toad-like tadpoles in pools along creek were likely of this species.
Amplectant pair at Saw Mill Tank in the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Area. Pair was observed at 1759 hrs.
Anaxyrus microscaphus pair in amplexus at 1300hrs. Males were calling along this stream stretch during the day. West Fork, Gila River, NM.
Breeding in a cattle tank (Indian Tank) in the Gila Wilderness. Observed 221 individuals, 9 amplectant pairs, many calling males, and many egg masses.
Breeding bout of A. microscaphus in Little Creek near the Gila Cliff Dwellings, New Mexico.
Arizona Toad (Anaxyrus microscaphus) is a species of toad in the Bufonidae family. It is endemic to the United States.