Adult observed under a piece of concrete. Imaged only. GTS 905. UTA DC 7322 (University of Texas at Arlington Digital Collection).
Adult observed on a residential driveway. Imaged only. GTS 903. UTA DC 7320 (University of Texas at Arlington Digital Collection).
my personal favorite of the Everglades.
Roadcruised in this general area
Southern Toad hanging out on our porch. Through UF IFAS (http://ufwildlife.ifas.ufl.edu/frogs/southerntoad.shtml), I learned that it's a Southern Toad because it doesn't have rounded toe pads and has crests behind its eyes along with ovalar brownish red glands
Brevard County, Florida, US
Anaxyrus terrestris, the Southern toad, photographed in Gilchrist county, Florida (12 April 2014). Janson Jones, http://dusttracks.com.
The Southern Toad (Anaxyrus terrestris) is a true toad native to the southeastern United States, from eastern Louisiana to southeastern Virginia. It often lives in areas with sandy soils. It is nocturnal and spends the day in a burrow. Its coloring is usually brown but can be red, gray, or black. It is approximately 3 inches long.