Common Names: Fowler's Toad
Fowler's Toads are usually brown, gray, olive green and rust red in color and have black edged dark spots on its back, with a light middorsal stripe. In each of the dark spots there are found to be three or more 'warts'. The belly is usually whitish and almost completely unspotted. B. fowleri is noted for having a single dark spot on its otherwise spotless belly. Males are often found to be darker in color while females are found to be lighter. Its body measures between 5 to 9.5 cm in length.
Fowler's Toads prefer living in open woodlands, sand prairies, meadows, and beaches.