Oak Toad- Adults

Oak Toad- Adults

  • $16.99


In store price: 11.99

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Background 

Anaxyrus quercicus is a very small toad with a maximum snout-vent length of 32 mm. The head is short with a pointed snout. Dorsal coloration is brown to silver grey with a cream to orange colored mid- dorsal stripe. There are 4-5 dark unconnected blotches on either side of this stripe. The ventral side is granular and cream colored. There is black banding on the arms and legs. The parotoids are tear-shaped, and descend on the sides to the inferior edge of the tympanum.

Distribution is restricted to the southeastern region of the United States: east and south of the Fall Line and east of the Mississippi River.

Length: 3 cm

Sandy pine flatwoods and oak scrub; open pine and pine-oak woods; pine or oak savannahs with sandy soils; maritime forests. Occurs on some barrier islands in South Carolina. Seems to favour open-canopied pine flatwoods with grassy ground cover. When inactive, burrows underground or hides under surface objects. Eggs and larvae develop in rain pools, ditches, cypress and flatwoods ponds, and other flooded areas.


Systems

  • Terrestrial
  • Freshwater

    Animal Foods: insects; terrestrial non-insect arthropods

    Primary Diet: carnivore (Insectivore , Eats non-insect arthropods)