Duttaphrynus melanostictus (Asian Common Toad), Mating
Those toads again! This comprises the first portion of the footage we'll be releasing of the toads that appeared in our peer review video, in keeping with the spirit of reuse. Each of the shots that appear here can be downloaded via the Scenoptica website and used in your own work with CC BY attribution.
About this toad species: the Asian common toad (Duttaphrynus melanostictus) is a species of true toad widely found throughout South and Southeast Asia. In Indonesia, it was originally only found in its western islands, before being introduced to Bali and then eastward of the Wallace Line, where it now poses a threat to native species, in part due to their lack of familiarity with its toxins. The same is true of Australia, where it has already been detected a few times and where, much like the cane toad, its proliferation would have a deleterious effect on local species.
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By Joaquim Baeta. The files associated with this video are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. You are free to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon them in any medium or format, even for commercial purposes, provided you give appropriate credit to Joaquim Baeta.
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