Description:

The Asian Toad is the most common amphibian found in Singapore. Its skin is distinctly warty, body and limbs are grey to yellowish brown above. Solitary, nocturnal and terrestrial.

Habitat:

It can be found almost everywhere even in coastal areas. Its tadpoles are known to live in brackish water.

Size:

11 cm SV.

Status:

Widespread and common.

Distribution

Widely distributed in Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.

References:

Wild Animals of Singapore - Nick Baker | Kelvin Lim

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Fauna > Amphibians

Asian Toad

Duttaphryns melanostictus (formly as Bufo melanostictus)



Asian Toad

Asian Toads about to call.


Asian Toad

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