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European Fire-bellied Toad Bombina bombina
2014-08-15 11:36:05

The European fire-bellied toad is distributed from the Central Balkans to a wide range of central and eastern Asia amidst cooler and shaded areas. This species will hibernate in dens, under stones or dead wood during the winter months. If threatened, the toad will roll on its back to display the coloration of the belly as a warning that it is poisonous. This poison also protects the toad from...

Yellow-bellied Toad
2008-05-15 12:09:08

The Yellow-bellied Toad (Bombina variegata), is a species of fire-bellied toads belonging to the order of Anura, and the family Bombinatoridae. It dwells in mountainous and hilly countries in middle and southern Europe. It is widely spread across the high hill area of middle and southern Germany and the Upper Rhine River Plains, but in few places. The superior mobility of the young of the...

Oriental Fire-bellied Toad
2008-05-15 12:05:49

The Oriental Fire-bellied Toad (Bombina orientalis), is a small semi-aquatic frog species found in Korea, northeastern China and adjacent parts of Russia. An introduced population exists near Beijing. Like other Bombina species, B. orientalis is mostly aquatic, inhabiting warm, humid forested regions. They spend most of their time soaking in shallow pools, among dense vegetation. They are...

European Fire-bellied Toad
2008-05-15 12:03:12

The European Fire-bellied Toad (Bombina bombina), is a species of fire-bellied toad native to mainland Europe. Fire-Bellied toads have a bright lime green dorsal traversed by black spots, and orange to bright red bellies with black bars and stripes. The skin is mildly bumpy, the eyes set high to suit a semi-aquatic life style, and also well webbed back feet. Color and body variations will be...

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