An adult Eastern Narrowmouth Toad. Photograph by Suzanne L. Collins, The Center for North American Herpetology.
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Eastern Narrowmouth Toads grow 1 to 1.5 inches (22 to 38 mm) in length. Their coloration Varies from locality to locality, and is often similar to their environment. Typically they are brown, gray, or reddish.
The have a small, oval body with smooth skin and a small head with pointed snout.
They possess a fold of skin immediately behind eyes.
The belly strongly mottled and the center of the back is usually dark and borders by broad dorsolateral stripes. However, dark spots in mottled pattern on dorsum may obscure dark dorsum with light stripes
Reproductively mature males have dark throats.
Call is a high drawn-out, insect-like "beeeeeeeeeeee". Many liken it to the bleating of a newborn lamb.