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A true toad is any member of the family Bufonidae, in the order Anura (frogs and toads). This is the only family of anurans in which all members are known as toads, although some may be called frogs (such as harlequin frogs ). The bufonids now comprise more than 35 genera, Bufo being the most widespread and well known.What are the characteristics of a bufonid toad?
Bufonidae characteristics. Bufonids range in size from 20 to more than 200 mm. True toads are toothless and generally warty in look. they need a try of parotoid glands on the rear of their heads. The poison in the glands contains a number of toxins causing different effects.Which is the only family of anurans known as a toad?
The bufonidae is also known as a true toad. this is the only family of anurans in which all members are known as toads, although some may be called frogs. The bufonids now comprise more than 35 genera, bufo being the most widespread and well known.How many species of toads are there in the world?
Number of Genera: 52. Number of Species: 607. Bufonidae is the true toad family. Their most noticeable and recognizable feature is the pair of parotoid glands on their back of their heads.