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Variation in organ structure likely provides important clues on local adaptation and reflects the pressure target of natural selection. As one of the important organs, the skin plays a key role in adapting to complex environments by reducing water loss or increasing water absorption. Nevertheless, variation in the skin structure across different populations in a single species of anurans remains enigmatic. Here, we studied geographical variation in the skin structure of male Andrew's toadsdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9896285.v1 fatcat:ezp4vk5fwrfy7mz44mlr7wztjm