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  1. A Field Guide to Reptiles & Amphibians of Eastern & Central North America (Peterson Field Guide Series) by Roger Conant, Joseph T. Collins, 1998-05-15
  2. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians (Peterson Field Guide) by Robert C. Stebbins, 2003-03-27
  3. Amphibian (DK Eyewitness Books) by Barry Clarke, 2005-09-05
  4. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica: A Herpetofauna between Two Continents, between Two Seas by Jay M. Savage, 2005-12-01
  5. The Ecology and Behavior of Amphibians by Kentwood D. Wells, 2007-11-15
  6. Amphibian Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques (Techniques in Ecology and Conservation)
  7. Reptiles and Amphibians: Revised and Updated (Golden Guide) by Hobart M. Smith, Herbert S. Zim, 2001-04-14
  8. About Amphibians: A Guide for Children (About...) by Cathryn Sill, 2004-02-01
  9. Natural History of Amphibians and Reptiles in Wisconsin by Richard Carl Vogt, 1981-12
  10. Handbook of Reptiles and Amphibians of Florida: Part 2 Lizards, Turtles, & Crocodilians (Part 2 : Lizards, Turtles & Crocodilians) by Ray E. Ashton; Patricia Sawyer Ashton, 1985-08-01
  11. A Key to Amphibians & Reptiles of the Continental United States and Canada by Robert Powell, Joseph T. Collins, et all 1998-11
  12. A Natural History of Amphibians (Princeton Paperbacks) by Robert C. Stebbins, Nathan W. Cohen, 1997-01-06
  13. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia, 2nd Ed by Jeffrey C. Beane, Alvin L. Braswell, et all 2010-05-03
  14. The National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians by NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY, 1979-11-12

1. Virtual Exhibit On Canada's Biodiversity Focus On AmphibianVirtual Exhibit On Ca
amphibians. Frogs and Toads. Other. Commercial

2. Amphibians
, Habitat, Mating.Bullfrogs Mating, Life Cycle, Feeding. Frog Eggs. Frog Eggs and Algae 1. Description Articles for middle schoolers about different types of amphibians, including frogs, toads, and salamanders.Category Kids and Teens School Time amphibians......Click Here. amphibians. About amphibians. Bullfrogs
About Amphibians
Bullfrogs: Description, Habitat, Mating
Bullfrogs: Mating, Life Cycle, Feeding
Frog Eggs ...
Toads and Frogs

3. Saint Louis Zoo Site
Get the facts on these creepy crawlers from the St. Louis Zoo. With a page on Komodo dragons. Awesome amphibians, Remarkable Reptiles. Meaning "the study of creeping things " herpetology is a field of science that

4. South Carolina Reptiles And Amphibians Home Page
Photos and notes of herps found in South Carolina.Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates Herpetology......Herp Images and Info, What's New? Observation Notes, Herp Tales, Herp Humor,Nature Commentaries, Herp Links, ? FAQ. Herps Worldwide. South Carolina Birds.
Herp Images
and Info
... SC Tiger Beetles March 01, 2003 Gene Ott, Webmaster
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5. Web Portal - CNAH The Center For North American Herpetology
Promoting the preservation and conservation of North American amphibians, Crocodilians, Reptiles, and Turtles through education and information.
CNAH - The Center for North American Herpetology CNAH - The Center for North American Herpetology

6. Amphibians And Reptiles Of Fort Matanzas National Monument-FOMA Amphib & Rept Ho
Watch a virtual slide show pointing out the frogs, lizards, amphibians, and snakes of northeastern Florida.
Fort Matanzas National Monument is indicated in green. 'A' is the beach access road and parking lot. 'B' is the main entrance into Fort Matanzas National Monument, the Visitor Center, parking lot, nature trail, and ferry to the fort on Rattlesnake Island. 'C' is the parking lot and boardwalk to the Matanzas River. 'D' is the parking lot and boardwalk overlooking the oak maritime forest and dunes meadows. You can also use the buttons on the upper left to visit the frogs and toads, the lizards, the snakes, or the turtles, to see a list of all the species, or to learn about their habitats. This document formatted for the WWW by F. Wayne King and Kenneth L. Krysko, 1999
Only 38 species of amphibians and reptiles are known from Fort Matanzas National Monument. Fort Matanzas National Monument occupies 138 acres (56 hectares) on the southern tip of Anastasia Island and 175 acres (71 hectares) on the northern third of Rattlesnake Island — barrier islands separated from the Florida mainland by the Matanzas River and the Intracoastal Waterway. Fewer species of amphibians and reptiles are found on coastal barrier islands than on the adjacent mainland, primarily because freshwater is scarce. Amphibians and reptiles on the islands must be able to find what little moisture is available and to survive until the next rain.

7. Great Lakes Declining Amphibians Working Group
Group devoted to investigating the worldwide decline in amphibian population.
Great Lakes Declining Amphibians Working Group
NEW! U.S. DAPTF News Release: U.S. Supreme Court Ruling a Serious Blow to Frogs
The Great Lakes Declining Amphibians Working Group is a Regional Working Group of the IUCN/SSC Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force ( DAPTF ), devoted to investigating the worldwide decline in amphibian populations. DAPTF publishes the newsletter FROGLOG . Regional working groups promote research and education, and act as information clearing houses. The Great Lakes region encompasses the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The chairperson is Gary Casper
Malformed Frogs: Maps of locations of malformed frogs: North America Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Lots of information on malformed frogs: NARCAM Article on a positive association between pesticides and frog deformities can be read at:
Why are amphibians declining?
DAPTF perspective: What are Amphibian Declines and their Causes? NAAMP perspective: An Outline of Issues Associated with Amphibian Declines
Jump To: Organizations Conferences Publications/Info Midwest States ... Miscellaneous
Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force North American Amphibian Monitoring Program (NAAMP) Sponsored by the National Biological Service, this program is a co-operative effort of the greater amphibian research and conservation community in North America. Its broad goal is to develop a statistically defensible program to monitor the distribution and abundance of amphibians in North America, with applicability at the state, provincial, ecoregional, and continental scales. To view or download copies of monitoring method papers, visit the NAAMP Web Page.

8. Reptiles And Amphibians Of Minnesota
A photographic field guide and detailed accounts of the reptiles and amphibians of Minnesota.Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates Herpetology......A photographic guide to Minnesota's reptiles and amphibians with detailed speciesaccounts of all of the snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, toads and salamanders
Welcome to Minnesota Herpetology! This site is designed to introduce you to the herpetology of
Minnesota. Here you'll find detailed species accounts of every
snake, turtle, lizard, frog, toad and salamander that is found
in the state. You can use the navigation buttons at top to jump
to species you're interested in learning more about. The material herein was written by Jeff LeClere,
). Photographs are also by Jeff unless otherwise indicated. The web site was designed and created by Joe Monahan,
Feedback - Many of Minnesota's herps are declining, threatened or endangered - primarily due to habitat destruction! We would be very interested to hear from you if you have information regarding Minnesota's less common species. Detailed descriptions and locations are appreciated! For help describing the species you've seen, check out this page of helpful hints You may also be interested in our Iowa Herpetology site for species accounts of Iowa's reptiles and amphibians.

9. MSN House & Home - More Useful Everyday
Tells how to create homes for the most common types of reptiles and amphibians and what to feed them.
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10. Herpetology Of Iowa
A photographic field guide and detailed accounts of the reptiles and amphibians of Iowa.Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates Herpetology......A photographic guide to Iowa's reptiles and amphibians with detailed species accountsof all of Iowa's snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, toads and salamanders.
HOME Welcome to Iowa Herpetology! This site is designed to introduce you to the herpetology of Iowa. Use the navigation buttons to the right to jump to areas you're interested in. If you have seen a reptile or amphibian in Iowa that you would like to report to us, take a look at " Reporting Guidelines " first. It will help you tell us what we need to know to help you ID the species. Photographs are also by Jeff unless otherwise indicated. The web site was designed and created by Joe Monahan: Feedback - Let us know what herps you've been able to locate in Iowa. Detailed descriptions and locations are appreciated! For help describing the species you've seen, check out this page of helpful hints Our Minnesota Herpetology site has additional species accounts and photos. Check the Links section to find other useful resources pertaining to herpetology in the Mid-west. SEARCH THIS SITE: Enter your keywords:
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11. We've Moved!
SSAR is an international herpetological society, recognized for having a diverse program of publications, Category Recreation Pets Reptiles and amphibians Organizations......SSAR Has Moved. Our new address is http// We'llsend you there automatically, unless you are using a text browser
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12. Sleep1937's Amphibians
Offers amphibian pictures, links, general information, and care sheets.
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13. USGS North American Amphibian Monitoring Program, Patuxent Wildlife Research Cen
Collaborates on global research for the conservation and study of amphibians. Find a Teachers Toolbox with projects for children.
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15. Untitled Document
About amphibians. amphibians are vertebrates (animals with a backbone) just likereptiles, mammals, fish, and birds. There are three basic groups of amphibians.
About Amphibians Amphibians are vertebrates (animals with a backbone) just like reptiles, mammals, fish, and birds. Amphibians can be separated from other groups because they have moist, glandular skin and their bodies lack scales, hair, feathers or claws. The word amphibian comes from the Greek word 'amphibios' which means two lives: amphibians have a larval stage and an adult stage that are usually very different from each other. A good example is the change or metamorphosis from the larval gill-breathing tadpole to the adult lung-breathing frog. There are three basic groups of amphibians. The first group is frogs and toads, the second is salamanders and newts, and the third is worm-like animals that are found only in the tropics. Amphibians are "cold-blooded" which means that their body temperature is the same as the surrounding air, water or soil. Some frogs can even survive freezing temperatures. The frog's body produces a chemical that acts like the antifreeze we use in cars. This chemical keeps the cells alive during freezing temperatures. Most amphibians have lungs like other vertebrate. However, some species of salamanders lack lungs completely. All amphibians use their thin, moist skin to take in oxygen. Many breathe through gills, especially when in their larval stage.

16. Ctamphibians
Photos and life histories of the state's frogs and salmanders; recordings of frog calls.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Amphibia...... holbrookii) True Frogs (Ranidae). VERNAL POOLS their importance to amphibiansInfo on the CT HERPETOLOGISTS LEAGUE. If you are interested
Javascript is either disabled or not supported by this browser. This page may not appear properly. SALAMANDERS (Caudata)
Mole Salamanders (Ambystomidae)

Spotted Salamander
(Ambystoma maculatum) Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) ... (Ambystoma laterale)
Lungless Salamanders (Plethodontidae)
Two-lined Salamander
(Eurycea bislineata) Northern Dusky Salamander (Desmognathus fuscus) ... (Plethodon glutinosus)
Newts (Salamandridae)
Red-spottted Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens)
Mudpuppys (Proteidae)
(Necturus maculosus) Books and Nature Bullfrog ... (Hyla versicolor) FROGS (Anura
Toads (Bufonidae)

Eastern American Toad
(Bufo americanus) Fowler's Toad (Bufo fowleri) Treefrogs (Hylidae) Pelobatidae Eastern Spadefoot (Scaphiopus holbrookii True Frogs (Ranidae) VERNAL POOLS- their importance to amphibians Info on the CT HERPETOLOGISTS LEAGUE I Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs begin their chorus and the Spotted Salamanders emerge from the ground to their rendevous in nearby vernal pools. Spring and summer evenings are filled with the chorus of frogs. Their courtship ensemble create a blend of peeps, growls, twangs and trills. Salamanders hunt in the understory and along the edges of streams. Summer is also the time of the tadpole, or polywog, and toward the end of the season, a time when many of the salamander larvae can be found in diminishing pools and larger bodies of water. In autumn, the amphibians begin to quiet down, but they can still be found along the edges of water and in the forest. It is also the beginning of the mating season of the

17. Amphibians And Reptiles Of Oregon
A source of information for reptiles and amphibians of the Pacific Northwest, presented by the University of Oregon Biology Department.

18. Electronic Zoo / NetVet Veterinary Resources - Amphibian Sites
amphibians. Frogs and Toads, Other, Commercial. Frogs and Toads Amphibian EmbryologyTutorial (University of Wisconsin); amphibians National Biological Survey;
Frogs and Toads Other Commercial Frogs and Toads Other Commercial Select Another Species General Animal Sites Amphibians Birds Cats Cows Dogs Ferrets Fish Horses Invertebrates Marine Pigs Primates Rabbits Reptiles Rodents Small Ruminants Wildlife Zoo Animals Fictional Images Sounds Return to: 1994-98, Ken Boschert, DVM

19. Amphibian Checklist And Identification Guide
Picture Galleries amphibians and Reptiles. Last Update 12/07/02 (added more salamander pix)
Checklist of Amphibian Species
and Identification Guide
An Online Guide for the Identification of Amphibians in North America north of Mexico
Interest in amphibians continues to rise as people become more aware of this fascinating group of animals. To the uninitiated all frogs may look alike; ditto for salamanders (in the same manner that beginning birders are overwhelmed by the immense variety of small brown birds!). One of the purposes of this CHECKLIST and online IDENTIFICATION GUIDE is to help you learn what species exist in North America (north of Mexico). Go directly to checklist: Caudata: Salamanders Anura: Frogs and Toads Notice: All images contained hereafter are the property of the said photographer.They are not to be
reproduced,copied, printed, stored, or distributed without written permission of the photographer.
Identification Guide
The checklist is also accompanied by a growing identification guide An advantage that the herpetologist has over the ornithologist is that his or her study animal can often be approached quite closely for a good look or photo, or even to be captured. However, before attempting to capture any animals make sure that you know what species are protected by law ! Also, keep in mind that being captured on film is far less stressful than being physically captured, and that a good photo often suffices for identification purposes. Nevertheless, some species must be caught for positive identification. If this is necessary make sure you have the proper equipment and training (if you have no experience in this find someone that can teach you).

Recommendations for the Care of amphibians and Reptiles in Academic InstitutionsF. Harvey Pough NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS Washington, DC 1992 Contents
<1, 1þ5, 5þ10, 10þ20, 20þ100, and > 100 g are shown. Sample sizes: salamanders, n = 198; anurans, n = 1,330; caecilians, n = 160; snakes, n = 1,592; lizards, n = 1,780; amphisbaenians, n = 110. From Pough (1983), reprinted by permission of the Ohio State University Press.

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