Bufo boreas


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Noun1.Bufo boreas - of a great variety of habitats from southern Alaska to Baja California west of the RockiesBufo boreas - of a great variety of habitats from southern Alaska to Baja California west of the Rockies
true toad - tailless amphibian similar to a frog but more terrestrial and having drier warty skin
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Western toads (Bufo boreas, or Anaxyrus boreas of some authors) typically breed from late January to July depending on elevation, latitude, and local conditions (Sornborger 1979; Stebbins 2003; Thompson 2004; Muths and Nanjappa 2005).
Effect of constant and fluctuating temperatures on resting and active oxygen consumption of toads, Bufo boreas. Oecologia 1979; 39: 201-212, doi: 10.1007/BF00348069.
Western Toad, Bufo boreas, stewardship in the Yukon.
Ribeiroia ondatrae (Trematoda: Digenea) infection induces severe limb malformations in western toads (Bufo boreas).
Predation by gray jays on aggregating tadpoles of the boreal toad (Bufo boreas).
Ponds also provide breeding habitat for other amphibians, including the Pacific tree frog (Hyla regilla) and western toad (Bufo boreas), as well as habitat for mammals, reptiles, and birds.
At around 3 ppb, half of the Western toads (Bufo boreas) and Pacific tree frogs (Pseudacris regilla) died.
Not far from the Willamette Valley, in the Cascades Range of Oregon, the Cascades frog (Rana cascadae) and the Western toad (Bufo boreas) are disappearing, even though their habitat has not been significantly disturbed or polluted.
Recent reports of chytridiomycosis-linked die-offs in Bufo boreas markedly resemble these previous die-offs.
The role of behavioral thermoregulation in the growth and energetics of the toad, Bufo boreas. Ecology 54:375-383.
Predation by Oregon spotted frogs (Rana pretiosa) on western toads (Bufo boreas) in Oregon.
Ponds also provide breeding habitat for other is, including the Pacific tree frog (Hyla regilla) and western toad (Bufo boreas), as well as habitat for mammals, reptiles, and birds.