Scaphiopodidae, Microhylidae, Craugastoridae & Family ID

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Quiz on Scaphiopodidae, Microhylidae, Craugastoridae & Family ID, created by Maya Ressler on 02/06/2019.

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Question 1

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• True toads • Prominent cranial crests • Dry warty skin • Short forelimbs for hopping and walking • Parotoid gland behind large eyes containing a toxin • Some snakes have adapted immunity to this toxin and can consume toads
Answer
  • Ranidae
  • Bufonidae
  • Microhylidae
  • Craugastoridae

Question 2

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• Tree, Cricket, and Chorus Frogs • Paratoid glands absent • Small, long limbed, toe pads, short webs between toes • Horizontal pupils • 7 spp to know
Answer
  • Microhylidae
  • Bufonidae
  • Hylidae
  • Ranidae

Question 3

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• “True frogs” • Free fingers; webbed toes • Smooth skin • Paratoid glands absent or indistinct • Usually horizontal pupils
Answer
  • Hylidae
  • Ranidae
  • Bufonidae
  • Craugastoridae

Question 4

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• ”Spadefoot frogs” • Keratinized spades on hind feet • Allow burrowing into the dirt • Cat-like eyes • Desert dwellers • 2 spp to know • 1 genus
Answer
  • Bufonidae
  • Scaphiopodidae
  • Hylidae
  • Ranidae

Question 5

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• “Narrow mouthed frogs” • 2 or 3 pallet folds • Feed on ants and termites • 1 sp to know
Answer
  • Bufonidae
  • Hylidae
  • Scaphiopodidae
  • Microhylidae

Question 6

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F: [blank_start]Scaphiopodidae[blank_end] S: [blank_start]Scaphiopus hurterii[blank_end] C: [blank_start]Hurter's spadefoot[blank_end]
Answer
  • Scaphiopodidae
  • Scaphiopus hurterii
  • Hurter's spadefoot

Question 7

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F: [blank_start]Scaphiopodidae[blank_end] S: [blank_start]Scaphiopus couchii[blank_end] C: [blank_start]Couch's spadefoot[blank_end]
Answer
  • Scaphiopodidae
  • Scaphiopus couchii
  • Couch's spadefoot

Question 8

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F: [blank_start]Microhylidae[blank_end] S: [blank_start]Gastrophryne olivacea[blank_end] C: [blank_start]Great Plains narrow-mouthed toad[blank_end]
Answer
  • Microhylidae
  • Gastrophryne olivacea
  • Great Plains narrow-mouthed toad

Question 9

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F: [blank_start]Microhylidae[blank_end] S: [blank_start]Gastrophryne carolinensis[blank_end] C: [blank_start]Eastern narrow-mouthed toad[blank_end]
Answer
  • Microhylidae
  • Gastrophryne carolinensis
  • Eastern narrow-mouthed toad

Question 10

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F: [blank_start]Craugastoridae[blank_end] S: [blank_start]Craugastor augusti[blank_end] C: [blank_start]Barking frog[blank_end]
Answer
  • Craugastoridae
  • Craugastor augusti
  • Barking frog
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