Definición de horned toad en inglés:

horned toad

Saltos de línea: horned toad

sustantivo

1An American lizard that somewhat resembles a toad, with spiny skin and large spines on the head, typically occurring in dry open country. Also called horned lizard.
  • Genus Phrynosoma, family Iguanidae: several species
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Head on down to the Reptile Depot for desert iguanas from Nevada or horned toads from Texas.
  • She ate the horned toad spitting blood into her eyes, the gila monster leaking venom through her veins, and the prickly pear shooting spears through her tongue.
  • The invading ants typically wipe out many species of native insects and can cause food shortages for insect eaters, such as horned toads, and create crises for ant-dispersed plants.
2A large toad with horn-shaped projections of skin over the eyes, in particular:
  • A SE Asian toad (Megophrys and other genera, family Peltobatidae).A South American toad (Ceratophrys and other genera, family Leptodactylidae).

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