Found him in the damp undergrowth, only 4cm long or so
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Don't think it is that. Had very angular face and really quite small. I tried to get a better photo but it disappeared into the undergrowth
Sorry, I should have added that I think it's a juvenile, hence the size.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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Chris is quite right, it is a juvenile common toad. Other species in this area would have smoother skin and different colouration. iSpot has linked this observation to other common toads, if you look at those you will see the same features.
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