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Great Plains Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne olivacea

(Hallowell, 1857 “1856”)

(Mazatlan Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne mazatlensis)
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Populations of this frog found from Arizona south into Mexico were described as the species
Mazatlan Narrow-mouthed Toad - Gastrophryne mazatlensis
(Taylor, 1943) in 2012. Frogs in Kansas remain G. olivacea.
(Streicher JW, Cox CL, Campbell JA, Smith EN, de Sa RO. Rapid range expansion in the Great Plains narrow-mouthed toad (Gastrophryne olivacea) and a revised taxonomy for North American microhylids. Mol Phylog Evol 64:645-653. 2012)

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Adult, Pajarito Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona
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Adult, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Recently metamorphosed juvenile, Santa Cruz County, Arizona
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Adult, Douglas County, Kansas  
     
Habitat
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Habitat, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County Arizona
Habitat and breeding pool, a small creek in the Pajarito Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Habitat, Douglas County, Kansas
Short Video
  Great Plains Narrow-mouthed Toad  
  A tiny juvenile Great Plains Narrow-mouthed Toad hops around a small creekbed in Santa Cruz County, Arizona

 
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