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Toads

 I found these toads in the garden. Natterjack Toad (Bufo calamita) was in the pool and Common Toad (Bufo bufo) was in a dark and wet place. Look what a red colour, unusual, but sometimes we see.    Ejemplares de … Continue reading

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Natterjack Toad (Bufo calamita)

It is not the first time I rescue a Natterjack Toad from the bottom of the pool. This time I arrived on time and it was alive. Other times there’s no such luck. I don’t know how long it was … Continue reading

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Common Toad (Bufo bufo)

 This big amphibian, males reach 8 cm in length and females 13 cm, is the largest anuran of Spain, and is often seen in our garden. Hibernates in the cold winter months. Nocturnal, feeding on ants, beetles, earwigs, aphids, spiders, … Continue reading

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Tree frogs in our garden

This year has been particularly good for the development of Tree frog (Hyla arborea) and the Stripless frog (Hyla meridionalis). They differ mainly in the black stripe running from the nostrils to the front legs in the Stripless frog and … Continue reading

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