toad genus, from Latin bufo "a toad," an Osco-Umbrian loan-word, perhaps from PIE *gwebh-, a root denoting sliminess and also forming words for "frog" (cf. Old Prussian gabawo "toad," Old Church Slavonic žaba "frog," Middle Low German kwappe "tadpole," German Quappe).
bufo cinereus, in the male of which the Mllerian ducts are very conspicuous, serves as an excellent example of this.
The bufo gigas is of a dull gray color, and is covered with warts.
bufo occidentalis has a broader interorbital area and relatively shorter and more rounded parotid glands than bocourti.
Though less beautifully clothed than Hyla, our common toad, bufo, is just as carefully clothed.
The parasite infests not only the frogs but the American toads known as bufo.
bufo would almost as soon find himself at the bottom of a well as upon a dusty road in blazing sunshine.
Descriptions are given of the tadpoles of bufo occidentalis and Hyla bistincta.
The only other amphibian at Chinaj known to breed in the pools is bufo valliceps valliceps.
Call difference as an isolation mechanism in southwestern toads (genus bufo).
A high-crested race of toad (bufo valliceps) and other noteworthy reptiles and amphibians from southern Mexico.