- 2.5-4 inches total length
- Found in sandy, lowland floodplains
- Hidden in daytime, hunts at night
- Breed in river floodplains
- Feed on a variety of small terrestrial arthropods
- Most toads are poisonous, meaning they must be eaten to inflict damage. Venomous animals inject their toxins using a bite or sting. Poisons are thought to have evolved as an anti-predator device, while venoms are thought to have evolved primarily for prey capture. Toads produce a variety of unique Bufotoxins from the large glands visible behind the eye.
- Eggs of a Woodhouse's toad in a temporary pool.