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    I would absolutely love if someone has a American Toad for sale or anything. I live in Taylor, Michigan so let me know if anybody has anything for me. Thank you.

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    I have a american toad i thinks its a female had him for about a month or to he is wild caught he likes crixkets i dont live in michigian so we could ship if you wont the toad
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    We had some Southern Toads (Bufo terrestris) spawn in our garden pond and we have lots of small toads. Obviously they'd need to be shipped, which, including Phase 22 packs (to keep the temperature stable), FedEx priority shipping, and shipping materials, could be as much as $50 or $60. I could send you 5 or 6 for the same price as one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimO View Post
    We had some Southern Toads (Bufo terrestris) spawn in our garden pond and we have lots of small toads. Obviously they'd need to be shipped, which, including Phase 22 packs (to keep the temperature stable), FedEx priority shipping, and shipping materials, could be as much as $50 or $60. I could send you 5 or 6 for the same price as one.

    Let me know if you're interested.
    I am very interested but i need to know do they need a lamp or anything? plus how much would just one be? i only want one

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    They are active at night and don't need any kind of lamp. The cost is in the shipping and packing, so one would cost the same as several. I wasn't charging anything for the toad. If you send me your zip code by PM and if you can pick up at a nearby FedEx location to get the lower shipping cost by shipping to a commercial address, I can get you a specific quote.
    Quote Originally Posted by FrogLover2009 View Post
    I am very interested but i need to know do they need a lamp or anything? plus how much would just one be? i only want one
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    Did you ever get your toad? And do any of you who offered to help have any left? I realize this is a very old post, but I'd love for my little guy to not be lonely and I'm hesitant to kidnap another if I could even find one when it warms up here. Mine was only the 2nd I've seen in the 5 years I've lived in this town.
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