Perhaps i'm missing something, but isn't the Sonoran Desert Toad now referred to as Incilius alvarius?
Is it? I'm not sure. NAHERP has it listed as Ollotis alvaria
, so I just went with that.
Great post and awesome photos. I especially liked all the amphibians, love the diversity. Quick question about the Kinosternon sonoriense, was it in a creek or a pond?
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Nick. Like Jimi said, that one was found up a creek. We did find 2 or 3 one night in a pond.
Uh-huh. I'm still a little haunted by the brute that got away before we could whip around. That was a big snake.
Haha, yeah that thing was a beast.