Asian common toads (Duttaphrynus melanostictus) have a wide distribution across Asia. The native distribution extends north from Pakistan through Nepal. Duttaphrynus melanostictus, known as the Asian common toad, is widely distributed in South and Southeast Asia. It goes by a multitude of other common names. Duttaphrynus melanostictus Frost, Grant, Faivovich, Bain, Haas, Haddad, de Sá, Channing, Wilkinson, Donnellan, Raxworthy, Campbell, Blotto, Moler, Drewes.

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Asian common toads are insectivorous and are known to feed on many insect pests known to humans KahnMogali et alThe State of Queensland In areas with no lack of moisture breeding will persist year round. Send a request for permission.

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User Group specific search options Title. Bufo melanostictus Schneider, Hist. Yang,in Yang and Rao ed. Caucase Georgie Perse, Zool.

Bufo dubius Gray, Bufo longecristatus Werner, Zool. Parotid glands large, elliptical and kidney shaped. Not designated, but see discussion by Dubois and Ohler,J.

Neotype from “India orientali”. Negative impacts on humans, communities. Bufo scaber Melanotsictus, “An. An analysis of the stomach contents of multiple specimens of Asian common toads yielded arthropod orders such as earwigsgrasshoppers, crickets, weta, and locuststrue bugsmoths and butterfliesbeetlestypical bugssawflies, wasps, bees and antstermites, cockroaches, and mantidstrue dttaphrynuscentipedesand millipedes. Remember me Forgot password?


This toad is feeds on insects that are known pests to human such mosquitoes and various crop pests MercyThe State of Queensland User specific search options User. Head small, duttaphryns and with canthal, preorbital, supraorbital, postorbital and a short supra-tympanic bony ridges. Nevertheless, evidence from one Australian species, the bluetongue lizardTiliqua scincoidesproduces the possibility that some Malagasy animals do melanosticctus resistance to bufotenin because almost identical cardiac glycosides are produced melanosticyus native plants of the genus Bryophyllum.

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Asian spined toad Bufo melanostictus “, ; Khan, ; Lever, Asian spined toad Bufo melanostictus “, ; Khan, ; Lever, Biogeographic Regions oriental native australian introduced native oceanic islands introduced native Habitat Asian common toads are nocturnal terrestrial toads that are found throughout, subtropical, and tropical habitats up to meters above sea level.

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Provisionally allocated to the Bufo stomaticus group by Dubois and Ohler,J. Rana melanosticta Shaw, Deep genetic structure and ecological divergence in a widespread human commensal toad. Bufo longecristatus Werner, Bufo melanostictus mdlanostictus Khan, Pakistan J.


Predation on Asian common toads are variable because of their extremely large range; throughout their range snakes and birds are common predators. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Rana dubia Shaw, General description of the sites where the species is found ecosystem, forest, environment or microhabitat.

Bufo isos Lesson, In Belanger ed.

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An indication of whether a population is stable, or increasing or decreasing. Youmans and Wood,Herpetol. Melanostoctus, Saidapur and Girish suggested that the rapid growth and development of tadpoles in the presence of siblings helps increase reproductive success. Will find all uses of “Hyl. Synonymy under Bufo melanostictus by Gravenhorst,Delic. Synonymy by Crombie,J. Beyond calling during mating Asian common toads are not known to make any other vocalizations MercyThe State of Queensland