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Specimen Records: 66
Specimens with Sequences: 61
Specimens with Barcodes: 60
Species: 3
Species With Barcodes: 3
Public Records: 1
Public Species: 1
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Notaden

Notaden is a genus of burrowing ground frogs native to central and northern Australia. Their common name is Australian spadefoot toads.[1]

Description[edit]

Its body is very round in shape with a short neck. Its pupils are horizontal slits. It has long arms and short, stubby legs. Its fingers lack webbing and its toes may have slight to no webbing. The skin is slightly warty and very glandular. Because of its similarity to some species of toads it is often incorrectly referred to as a toad. It excretes poisonous sticky fluid from its skin when handled. It lays eggs in chains similar to some toad species.[citation needed]

Species[edit]

There are four species in this genus:[1]

Common nameBinomial name
Crucifix toadNotaden bennettii (Günther, 1873)
Northern spadefoot toadNotaden melanoscaphus (Hosmer, 1962)
Desert spadefoot toadNotaden nichollsi (Parker, 1940)
Weigel's toadNotaden weigeli (Shea and Johnston, 1988)
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