Reptiles and Amphibians Lauren Selders. American Toad. They eat a wide variety of insects and other invertebrates, including snails, beetles, slugs, and earthworms.
They eat a wide variety of insects and other invertebrates, including snails, beetles, slugs, and earthworms.
Polygynous. American toads breed from March to July each year, depending on location. The male toads establish territories and begin calling the females.
eat just about anything they can fit in their ample mouths, including insects, mice, fish, birds, and snakes
May to July in the north and February to October in the south. Polygyny. Fertilization is external, with the females depositing as many as 20,000 eggs in a foamy film in quiet, protected waters.
feeding on insects
The males move around the breeding area actively searching for a female. Wood frogs breed once yearly. March to May.
The adults eat insects and other small terrestrial invertebrates, but shy away from earthworms
These guys eat the usual insect diet. Crickets, moths, flies
It eats insects, spiders, other tadpoles
a variety of invertebrates such as crickets, wax worms, fly larvae, and earthworms.
Pickerel frogs consume insects, earthworms, and other invertebrates
Spring Peepers eat mostly small insects, such as beetles, ants, and flies, as well as spiders.
His diet consists of small invertebrates such as flies, beetles, ants, spiders, leaf hoppers