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  1. Bam says:
    INTRODUCTION Scaphiopus couchi is a terrestro-fossorial toad occurring in arid regions of the southwestern United States. Although other species of anurans are distributed in desert environments (Stebbins, ), S. couchi probably occupies some of the most xeric habitats found in North America (Mayhew, , ; Tinkham, ).
  2. Kajidal says:
    Scaphiopus couchii Baird, (b) Couch's Spadefoot. Steven R. Morey 1. 1. Historical versus Current Distribution. Couch's spadefoot toads (Scaphiopus couchii) range from central Texas and southwestern Oklahoma, south and east from central New Mexico and Arizona, into Nayarit, Zacatecas, and Queretaro, Mexico, throughout much of Baja California, Mexico, and into extreme southeastern.
  3. Negami says:
    Aug 20,  · Along with Arizona’s monsoon season comes the Sonoran Desert toad, a seemingly harmless toad that can grow up to inches long with smooth, leathery skin. This olive green toad is far from harmless, however.
  4. Goltisida says:
    Couch's spadefoot toad or Couch's spadefoot (Scaphiopus couchii) is a species of North American spadefoot toad (family Scaphiopodidae).
  5. Zuluk says:
    Scaphio­pus couchii lives un­der­ground in bur­rows in grass­land prairies and mequite sa­van­nas. They dig these bur­rows in soft earth by back­ing into the ground and dig­ging with hind feet, which are armed with spades. They rock the body as they dig; dirt falls into the bur­rows on top of the toads.
  6. Akinojinn says:
    Sonoran Desert Naturalist. If you have one from the Sonoran Desert available please share: [email protected] Scaphiopodidae -- Spade-foot Frog Family.
  7. Nigore says:
    Other articles where Scaphiopus is discussed: Anura: From tadpole to adult: Tadpoles of spadefoot toads, genus Scaphiopus, develop in temporary rain pools in arid parts of North America, where it is imperative for the tadpoles to complete their development before the pools dry up. Some Scaphiopus tadpoles metamorphose about two weeks after hatching.
  8. Tegar says:
    Plains spadefoot toad Spea bombifrons: The plains spadefoot toad is found in the southern prairie provinces of Canada, central states of the United States, and northern parts of Mexico. They can grow up to 2 inches in length. They can be found in the areas with sand or gravel in soils near temporary bodies of water. Western spadefoot toad Spea.
  9. Maugal says:
    One of the call differences I have needed to learn to distinguish is the "dyspeptic groans" of the two species of Spadefoot Toads (genus Scaphiopus) that occur in my area. Hurter's Spadefoot Toad (Scaphiopus hurterii) is closely related to the Eastern Spadefoot Toad (Scaphiopus holbrooki) and occupies the eastern half of is usually greenish or brownish with vague striped pattern on.

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