Dhofar Toad

The Dhofar Toad is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Dhofar Toad (Bufo dhufarensis) is a species of toad in the Bufonidae family. It is found in Oman, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. More

The Dhofar toad is one of only two amphibians in the United Arab Emirates, and, incredibly, one of just nine in the whole of the Arabian Peninsula (2) (3) (4). More

the Dhofar toad (Bufo dhofarensis ), the latter having been confirmed in our region only recently, during a survey undertaken in the mountains. More

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and ecology of the Dhofar Toad, Bufo dhufarensis Parker, 1931, in the Musandam Peninsula (Sultanate of Oman). Tribulus 11(2): 9-13. * Schätti, B. and Desvoignes, A. 1999. The Herpetofauna of Southern Yemen and the Sokotra Archipelago. More

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Socotra Cormorant, the Little Owl, the Dhofar toad (in Musandam), and the diet of the dhub lizard. Copies of the issue can be obtained through the ADIAS Office. More

distribution and ecology of the Dhofar toad, Bufo dhufarensis Parker 1931, in the Musandam Pennsula, Sultanate of Oman. Vol. 11.2. pp. 9-13. Diedrich, C.J. & Gardner, A.S. (D). . More

Dhofar Toad Bufo dhofarensis and Arabian Toad B. arabicus are plentiful, fish breed in the permanent pools, and insects are abundant. Noteworthy flora: The wadi contains a good example of the flora typical of wet wadis in this region. More

The dorsal profile of the Dhofar toad's snout is a distinct and steep-sided trapezoid, and the eyeball 2 5 6 T H E E M I R A T E S More

Dhofar Toad (Bufo dhufarensis): This species is less common of the two toad species occurring in the northern Emirates. It lives also in Oman, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. 3. More

Order : Anura
Family : Bufonidae
Genus : Bufo
Species : dhufarensis
Authority : Parker, 1931