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  1. natterjack toads. • Deliberately disturb natterjack toads (whether at the breeding ponds or not). • Damage or destroy natterjack breeding sites, resting places or places used for shelter or protection. • Possess a natterjack toad, or any part of a natterjack toad, unless acquired legally. • Sell, barter, exchange or transport for sale, etc.
  2. Jun 07,  · Martin heads to the the North Wales coast to see how John Buckley and the Amphibian and Reptiles Conservation Trust has helped to save the Natterjack Toad th.
  3. It is a medium-sized toad with dry, warty skin, yellow-green eyes with a horizontal pupil, and protruding eardrums. Natterjack toads can grow up to 10 cm in length. Like most amphibians, the natterjack toad is inherently nocturnal. It emerges at dusk to hunt in open areas. The natterjack toad has a relatively late breeding season.
  4. Natterjack Toad Version - April Coastal and Floodplain Grazing Marsh. Ecology. Natterjack Toads require a combination of suitable breeding pools for spawning and larval Natterjack Toad Conservation Handbook, English Nature Species Recovery Programme
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  6. Dec 09,  · The difference between a Natterjack Toad and a Common Toad. Posted on December 9, by tomjarnold I’ve briefly touched on some of the differences between the two species but here is a diagram I created for a research seminar.
  7. May 04,  · A evening walk at Formby Point and the sound of the Natterjack's is really loud. 癞蛤蟆的声音.
  8. The rare natterjack toad is found at just a few coastal locations in England and Scotland, where it prefers shallow pools on sand dunes, heaths and marshes. Protected in the UK under the Wildlife and Countryside Act, Priority Species under the UK Post Biodiversity Framework. Listed as a.

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