Great Basin Spadefoot Toad tadpole (1 of 5)

Great Basin Spadefoot Toad tadpole (1 of 5)

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This image is part of the sequence Animals: metamorphosis of a Great Basin Spadefoot Toad

Credit: NATURE'S IMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Great Basin Spadefoot Toad tadpole (Scaphiopus intermontanus). This young tadpole has not yet begun to develop its legs. Spadefoot toads breed in ephemeral bodies of water and develop fully in 4 - 6 weeks. Range of this species of spadefoot is the intermountain region of western NA south to norhern AZ and extreme northwestern NM. #1 in a series of 5.

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