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1. The six families in the more evolutionarily advanced suborder Mesobatrachia are the fossorial Megophryidae, Pelobatidae, Pelodytidae, Scaphiopodidae and Rhinophrynidae and the obligatorily aquatic Pipidae.

2. In scientific taxonomy, toads are found in the families Bufonidae, Bombinatoridae, Calyptocephalellidae, Discoglossidae, Myobatrachidae, Pelobatidae, Rhinophrynidae, Scaphiopodidae and Microhylidae.

3. The seven species of American spadefoot toads (genera Scaphiopus and Spea) were previously also included in the family Pelobatidae, but are now generally regarded as the separate family Scaphiopodidae.

4. Most recent studies suggests that Pelodytidae belongs to a clade containing three other families: Pelobatidae, Scaphiopodidae, and Megophryidae.

5. The Scaphiopodidae are a family of American spadefoot toads, which are native to North America.

6. However, the American spadefoot genera were split off into Scaphiopodidae, with the Pelobatidae restricted to the European spadefoot toads in the genus Pelobates.

7. The Scaphiopodidae contains two genera, both in North America: Despite the common name and current distribution of the family, fossil evidence indicates that it once had a much larger distribution that at least reached eastern Asia.

8. Data related to Scaphiopodidae at Wikispecies Media related to Scaphiopodidae at Wikimedia Commons.

9. Spea hammondii, also known as the western spadefoot, western spadefoot toad, Hammond's spadefoot, or Hammond's spadefoot toad, is a species of amphibian in the family Scaphiopodidae.

10. Scaphiopus species were once classified with their European cousins in the family Pelobatidae, but have since been reclassified to their own family, Scaphiopodidae with other North American species.

11. Its name is from the Ancient Greek speos (σπέος, ‘cave, cavern’) Spea species were once classified with their European cousins in the family Pelobatidae, but have since been reclassified to their own family, Scaphiopodidae with other North American species.

12. Couch's spadefoot toad or Couch's spadefoot (Scaphiopus couchii) is a species of North American spadefoot toad (family Scaphiopodidae).

13. Hurter's spadefoot toad or Hurter's spadefoot (Scaphiopus hurteri) is a species of American spadefoot toad (family Scaphiopodidae) found in the south central United States (Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma);

14. Family Bufonidae (True Toads) Family Microhylidae (Narrowmouth Toads) Family Scaphiopodidae (Spadefoot Toads) Family Hylidae (Tree Frogs) Family Leptodactylidae (Tropical Frogs) Family Ranidae (True Frogs) Family Ambystomatidae (Mole Salamanders) Family Plethodontidae (Lungless Salamanders)

15. Scaphiopus holbrookii, commonly known as the eastern spadefoot, is a species of American spadefoot toad (family Scaphiopodidae) endemic to North America.

16. The Great Basin spadefoot (Spea intermontana) is a species of toad in the family Scaphiopodidae.

17. The following letters indicate the likelihood of finding each animal in West Virginia: In addition, the IUCN classifies one of these species as endangered EN and six as near-threatened NT. Family Cryptobranchidae (giant salamanders) Family Proteidae (waterdogs and mudpuppies) Family Ambystomatidae (mole salamanders) Family Salamandridae (true salamanders) Family Plethodontidae (lungless salamanders) Family Scaphiopodidae (American spadefoot toads) Family Bufonidae (true toads) Family Hylidae (tree frogs and allies) Family Ranidae (true frogs)

18. The Great Basin spadefoot (Spea intermontana) is a species of toad in the family Scaphiopodidae.

19. The Great Basin spadefoot (Spea intermontana) is a species of toad in the family Scaphiopodidae.

20. The Great Basin spadefoot (Spea intermontana) is a species of toad in the family Scaphiopodidae.

21. Order: Anura. Family: Scaphiopodidae.