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CAMOUFLAGE AMPLEXUS OF AMBOLI TOAD

CAMOUFLAGE AMPLEXUS OF AMBOLI TOAD

Amplexus is a type of mating behavior exhibited by some externally fertilizing species (chiefly amphibians and horseshoe crabs) in which a male grasps a female with his front legs as part of the mating process, and at the same time or with some time delay, he fertilizes the eggs as they are released from the female's body. In amphibians, females may be grasped by the head, waist, or armpits, and the type of amplexus is characteristic of some taxonomic groups.

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