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RED-SPOTTED TOAD
Anaxyrus punctatus

Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus
Anaxyrus punctatus  from Graham Co., Az.      Photo by Will Wells
Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus
 Anaxyrus punctatus from Maricopa Co., Az.   Photo by Will Wells

Breeding pair of Red-spotted Toads - Anaxyrus punctatus
A breeding pair of  Anaxyrus punctatus  from   Yavapai  County,
Arizona                                                             Photo by Will Wells
Range of Anaxyrus punctatus
Range  of  Anaxyrus punctatus                                 Map by USGS


Red-spotted Toads - Anaxyrus punctatus-Threesome with extra male
Breeding Anaxyrus punctatus  from Santa Cruz Co., Az.  with an
extra male trying to make a threesome of it   Photo by Riley Campbell
Red-spotted Toad - Anaxyrus punctatus - calling
 Anaxyrus  punctatus  from  Santa  Cruz County,  Arizona calling
                                                                   Photo by Riley Campbell





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