Species Information

Amphibia observations for selected quads


Linked life history provided courtesy of NatureServe Explorer.
Records may include both recent and historical observations.
US Status Definitions     Kentucky Status Definitions

List Amphibia observations in 1 selected quad.
Selected quad is: Dykes.


Scientific Name and Life HistoryCommon Name and PicturesClassQuadUS StatusKY StatusWAPReference
Bufo americanus American ToadAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Rana catesbeiana BullfrogAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Eurycea lucifuga Cave SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Hyla chrysoscelis Cope's Gray TreefrogAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Gastrophryne carolinensis Eastern Narrowmouth ToadAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Notophthalmus viridescens Eastern NewtAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Hemidactylium scutatum Four-toed SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN YesReference
Bufo fowleri Fowler's ToadAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Rana clamitans melanota Green FrogAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Aneides aeneus Green SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN YesReference
Ambystoma jeffersonianum Jefferson SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Gyrinophilus porphyriticus duryi Kentucky Spring SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Eurycea longicauda Longtail SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Ambystoma opacum Marbled SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Pseudotriton montanus diastictus Midland Mud SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Pseudacris brachyphona Mountain Chorus FrogAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Necturus maculosus MudpuppyAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Desmognathus fuscus Northern Dusky SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN YesReference
Pseudacris crucifer crucifer Northern Spring PeeperAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Rana palustris Pickerel FrogAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Pseudotriton ruber Red SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Plethodon glutinosus Slimy SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Eurycea cirrigera Southern Two-lined SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Plethodon ventralis Southern Zigzag SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN YesReference
Ambystoma maculatum Spotted SalamanderAmphibiaDykesNN Reference
Rana sylvatica Wood FrogAmphibiaDykesNN YesReference
26 species are listed.