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: Shady Grove.


Scientific Name and Life HistoryCommon Name and PicturesClassQuadUS StatusKY StatusWAPReference
Bufo americanus American ToadAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Rana catesbeiana BullfrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Eurycea lucifuga Cave SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Hyla chrysoscelis Cope's Gray TreefrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Gastrophryne carolinensis Eastern Narrowmouth ToadAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Notophthalmus viridescens Eastern NewtAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Scaphiopus holbrookii Eastern SpadefootAmphibiaShady GroveNN YesReference
Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum Eastern Tiger SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Bufo fowleri Fowler's ToadAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Rana clamitans melanota Green FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Eurycea longicauda Longtail SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Rana areolata circulosa Northern Crawfish FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNS YesReference
Acris crepitans Northern Cricket FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Desmognathus fuscus Northern Dusky SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN YesReference
Pseudacris crucifer crucifer Northern Spring PeeperAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Plethodon dorsalis Northern Zigzag SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Plethodon glutinosus Slimy SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Ambystoma texanum Smallmouth SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Rana sphenocephala Southern Leopard FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN YesReference
Eurycea cirrigera Southern Two-lined SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Ambystoma maculatum Spotted SalamanderAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Pseudacris triseriata Western Chorus FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN Reference
Rana sylvatica Wood FrogAmphibiaShady GroveNN YesReference
23 species are listed.