Natterjack Toad

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

NATTERJACK TOAD is a 7-piece rock, funk, and R&B band based in Northern Westchester New York. More

The Natterjack Toad (Epidalea calamita, formerly Bufo calamita) is a toad native to sandy and heathland areas of Northern Europe. Adults are 60 - 70 mm in length and are distinguished from the common toad by a yellow line down the middle of the back. More

See photos from Natterjack Toad's recent performance at Vintage in White Plains, NY. More

Natterjack toad at the water's edge Natterjack toad Bufo calamita Natterjacks are claimed to be Europe's noisiest amphibian, the call of the male being audible over several kilometres. More

The Natterjack Toad (Epidalea calamita) is a toad native to sandy and heathland areas of Northern Europe. Natterjack Toads are found in southwest and central Europe, but are rare in Britain. More

Natterjack Toad - Identification Breeding and Spawn This toad breeds from March to May. More

The Natterjack Toad grows to 10cm and has short rear legs; front and rear feet have little webbing. Its head is narrow in comparison to its body and has eyes with horizontal pupils. More

species such as the natterjack toad were looked after with the help of the Flintshire's Countryside Services. More

Natterjack toad in heather Natterjack toad in heatherPrint factsheet Facts - Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Amphibia More

Videos and images Natterjack toad in heather The chief distinguishing feature of the natterjack is the yellow stripe down its back. More

The Natterjack Toad is a Western European species being particularly common in Spain and Southern France. In Ireland they are native to only a few parts of Co. Kerry, particularly around the areas of Cromane and Dooks near Killorglin (my home town). More

Natterjack toads have the ability to darken or lighten the colour of their skin, in order to camouflage themselves in their environment. More

Natterjack toads have brown or green skin covered in warts which are often bright yellow or red. Its distinguishing feature is the thin bold yellow stripe down its back. It is about 5 – 8cms long and its pupil is a horizontal slit. More

The Natterjack Toad is our second rarest amphibian, after the Pool frog. More

the greatest threat to the Natterjack Toad at its existing sites in Cumbria. More

The Natterjack Toad spawns between the end of April and July, laying 'strings' of eggs in shallow pools. The loud mating calls are important because the Natterjack Toad is often present in low numbers so it is important that the sexes can find each other. More

Natterjack Toad at Drigg and Sandscale Haws; indeed the twenty or so Cumbrian populations account for around 65% of the UK's population (upto 25% at Sandscale alone). More

Natterjack Toad is a band based out of New York and Connecticut. The band performs regularly in White Plains, NY and is preparing its first CD of original songs. ( More

When they are mature, the Natterjack Toad reaches a size of 2 to 3 inches which makes them relatively small specie of toad, and has a base color of light olive green with a bright yellow stripe down the center of their back. More

Natterjack Toad (Bufo Calamita) which is grey /green with a distinctive yellow stripe down the centre of its back. 3. Although common the Common Toad is absent from Ireland. 4. More

A feature of the Natterjack toad that is common to only a few other species of toad around the world is the fact that it can by quite poisonous to would-be predators. More

Order : Anura
Family : Bufonidae
Genus : Epidalea
Species : calamita
Authority : (Laurenti, 1768)