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We have a small piece of flat and lush grass near the Ottery that seems to be loved by toads this year (September 2019). They are all barely an inch long and seem to be constantly crawling through the grass and leaf litter. I have seen a larger one (2½ in) nearby one night during a rainstorm.
This chap (fairly large, around 2½ to 3 in) seemed to hang around my work area for several days. First it appeared semi-buried into the gravel where it remained in the sun for so long I worried it was dead. It next popped up sitting on top of the coil of garden hose, and was in no rush to leave that either. And later that day it was moving around the gravel driveway; this allowed me to get low and close to photograph, but I feared standing on it.