SONORAN DESERT TOAD
A pair of Ollotis alvaria from Pima Co., Az. Photo by Jason Penney
Ollotis alvaria from Pima Co., Arizona feeding on a smaller toad.
Photo by Jason Penney
Ollotis alvaria from Yavapai Co., Arizona Photo by Diego Ortiz
Distribution: In our region, this species occurs in southern Arizona, extreme southwestern New Mexico, and southeastern California along the Arizona border.
Legal Status: In the state of New Mexico Ollotis alvaria is protected under state law as an Threatened Species. It is listed as a Protected Species in California. It is not protected in Arizona.
Range of Ollotis alvaria Map by USGS
Ollotis alvaria from the Santa Rita Mountains of Southern Arizona
Photo by Will Wells
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