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WESTERN NARROW-MOUTHED TOAD
Gastrophryne olivacea

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea Gastrophryne olivacea from Atasosca Co.,Tx. Photo by Tom Lott

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea Gastrophryne olivacea from Atascosa Co.,Tx. Photo by Tom Lott

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea
Gastrophryne olivacea from Atascosa Co., Tx. Photo by Tom Lott

Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout much of Texas, and in southern Arizona. In addition there is a small isolated population in southwestern New Mexico.

Legal Status:  Gastrophryne olivacea is listed as an Endangered Species in the state of New Mexico. This species is not protected in either Texas or Arizona.


Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea
Gastrophryne olivacea from Zavala Co.,Tx. Photo by Jason Penny

Range of Gastrophryne olivacea
Range of Gastrophryne olivacea                            Map by USGS


Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea with egg mass
Gastrophryne olivacea from Jim Hogg Co.,Tx. with egg mass
                                                                                  Photo by Toby Hibbitts

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea
Gastrophryne    olivacea    from   Cochise   County,   Arizona
                                                                 Photo 2008 Alice Abela


Western Narrow-mouthed Toads - Gastrophryne olivacea - Breeding
Breeding pair of Gastrophryne olivacea from Santa Cruz Co.,
Arizona                                                               Photo by Riley Campbell

Western Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea
Gastrophryne olivacea   from  Santa   Cruz   County,  Arizona
                                                                   Photo by Riley Campbell


Western Narrow-mouthed Toads - Gastrophryne olivacea
Gastrophryne olivacea from West Texas  Photo by Bex Stupavsky





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