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         Amphibians:     more books (100)
  1. Ecotoxicology of Amphibians and Reptiles (Setac Technical Publications Series)
  2. Toad by the Road: A Year in the Life of These Amazing Amphibians by Joanne Ryder, 2007-04-03
  3. Amphibians and Reptiles of New England: Habitats and Natural History by Richard M. Degraaf, 1983-11
  4. Naturalist's Big Bend: An Introduction to the Trees and Shrubs, Wildflowers, Cacti, Mammals, Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians, Fish, and Insects (Louise Lindsey Merrick Natural Environment Series, 33) by Roland H. Wauer, Carl M. Fleming, 2001-11-21
  5. Reptiles and Amphibians of North America by Alan E. Leviton, 1971-12
  6. Reptiles, Amphibians, and Invertebrates: An Identification and Care Guide (Reptile Keepers Guide) by R.D. Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett, et all 2010-09-01
  7. The Amphibians Are Coming! Emergence of the 'Gator Navy and its Revolutionary Landing Craft, Vol. 1 (Amphibious Operations in the South Pacific in WWII series) by William L. McGee, 2000-11-01
  8. Amphibians and Reptiles of Texas (W. L. Moody Jr. Natural History Series) by James R. Dixon, 2000-03-01
  9. Amphibian Conservation by Raymond D. Semlitsch, 2003-06-17
  10. North american wildlife: mammals, reptiles, amphibians field guide by Editors of Reader's Digest, 1998-05-04
  11. Ecological and Environmental Physiology of Amphibians (Environmental & Ecological Physiology) by Stan Hillman, Philip Withers, et all 2009-01-05
  12. Reptiles and Amphibians Dictionary by Clint Twist, 2005
  13. Hormones and Reproduction of Vertebrates - Vol 2: Amphibians
  14. What Is an Amphibian? (Animal Kingdom) by Lola M. Schaefer, 2001-01

William H. Redmond

Regional Natural Heritage Project

Tennessee Valley Authority

Norris, Tennessee 37828
A. Floyd Scott
Austin Peay State University

Clarksville, Tennessee 37044 E-mail: Updated 15 January 2003 var site="s10scotta" This website is designed to be viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer or or later. To Download a FREE Copy of the Latest Version, Click Here: APSU Homepage APSU Department of Biology APSU Center for Field Biology This document was adapted to the WWW by Rusty Smith and Carol Mayo. This web site is maintained by Cindy L. Taylor, Last updated: Thursday, November 1, 2001.

82. Mike Redmer - Nature & Natural History Photography
Specializing in amphibians, reptiles, plants, invertebrates, Midwest natural areas, and scenics.
Nature and Natural History Photography by Michael Redmer Galleries Stock List Prints Credits ... Request Search
Thanks for coming to, the web site of biologist and freelance nature photographer Michael Redmer. This site includes an image gallery with narrative samples of my nature and natural history stock photography , a current stock list , a list of credits and information about my nature photography programs Contact Mike
I am best reached by email , but can supply phone and FAX numbers on request. For general information, queries on availability, and sales contact: or see my online search form
Do you like what you see? Coming soon, any image displayed in the galleries on this web site may be purchased as a matted or matted and framed print. By clicking on the image you will be taken to a secure credit card order form.
Also available soon: limited-edition life history prints of amphibians and reptiles. See my new " Prints " area for more information.

83. TN Department Of Environment And Conservation
Statesponsored volunteer-based effort to assess the current status of amphibians (frogs, toads, and salamanders) across the state.
Search TennesseeAnytime TN Department of Environment and Conservation Directory Help Center nature ... waste
Tennessee Amphibian Monitoring Program
The Tennessee Amphibian Monitoring Program (TAMP) is a volunteer-based, multi-agency effort to assess the current status of amphibians (frogs, toads, and salamanders) across our state, with the goal of learning where they live and how they are doing. The TAMP is sponsored by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation's Division of Natural Heritage (TDEC-DNH). Please visit the office TAMP web site at: For More Information About The TAMP Contact: Lisa Powers
TAMP Coordinator
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84. Skull Collection
Picture gallery of skulls from mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, sharks, and crustaceans. Also offers a chart comparing the sizes, a map of skull bones, and a description of how you prepare skulls.
A collection by: DeLoy Roberts

a biology/zoology teacher at Skyline High School in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The collection is a result of many years of collecting by both myself and my biology and zoology students. Awards given to this site include:
To view a picture of a skull, click on one of the classes of animals shown below. Then, scan through the class until you find the animal you are interested in.
The skull collection is located at Skyline High School in Idaho Falls, Idaho and is open for public viewing or field trips by school groups. Just give me an E-mail a few days in advance for coordination purposes.

For an idea as to the sizes of the various skulls in the collection, one may either:
for a summary list of the increasing sizes of the skulls in the collection.
for an alphabetical listing of the skulls and their respective sizes.
for a legend (map) for the skull bones of a mammal.
for information about the use of DERMESTID beetles in skull preparation.
for information concerning COOKING in skull preparation. 6) Check out the jpg image of each of the skulls whereon the dimensions are listed.

85. Amphibians Of Central Europe - Whose Tadpole Is It?
Whose Tadpole is it? Although adult amphibians live generally well hidden andshy, their larvae occur abundantly and are quite easy to catch.
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86. Practical Pet Care: Ask An Expert, Pet Photo Gallery, And More
Provides care sheets for dogs, cats, rodents, fish, parrots, amphibians, lizards, snakes, spiders, and crustaceans. Includes forums, and database.
The "Pet Care" E-book Series Have a question about caring for your pet? Our e-books have the answer, whether you need to know about feeding, habitat, health, lifespan, size, grooming, time, breeding, equipment, or cost of owning a pet.
We are very proud of these e-books and guarantee that they will save you time and money. Take a look! Dogs Cats Rodents Ferrets Fish Birds Amphibians Lizards Snakes Spiders Crustaceans Pet Picture Caption Contest WINNER
"Is this stool taken?"
367 votes
Congratulations to our winner! He receives a $25 gift certificate to the Pet Mall.
See other entries here!
What's New on Practical Pet Care? Looking to Buy or Sell? Practical Pet Care is happy to announce our new FREE Pet Auctions and Pet Classifieds
It couldn't be simpler... just click here to post an auction or a classified ad! Start Here... Did You Know? Practical Pet Care Members can choose different background colors. Which version of Practical Pet Care would you like to use? Use the thumbnails below as a guide, or try them all! The content remains the same, this just gives this pages a different look. You can set this option in your Member Profile
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87. Discover The Amphibians Of Canada
Explores amphibian morphology, ecology and evolution. All Canadian species are described in-depth.Category Science Biology Animalia Chordata Amphibia......This site explores amphibian morphology, ecology and evolution. All Canadian species are described indepth!
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88. Amphibian Declines And Deformities
Deformities, Frequently Asked Questions about amphibians Where Have All theFrogs Gone? deformities. US Geological Survey's Links Related to amphibians
Amphibian Declines and Deformities Frequently Asked Questions about Amphibians
USGS Press Releases
For Editors
For high-resolution copies of images, please go to amphibian images and select the appropriate press release. You will find links to enable you to download high resolution versions of the images. Please note that these might take some time to download. Kermit the Frog joined USGS scientists on Capitol Hill to call attention to amphibian declines and deformities.

89. Lowertet
A list of cladograms tested for their correspondence with stratigraphic data, with references.
University of Bristol
Data on basal tetrapod/ amphibian trees
List of cladograms tested for their correspondence with stratigraphic data. Cladograms are listed alphabetically. For each group, data are listed in order, as follows:
  • Group name
  • Tree size (number of terminals)
  • SRL, Standard range length, the total time represented by known fossil ranges
  • MIG, Minimum implied gap or 'ghost range'
  • Gmin, the minimum possible ghost range when cladogram branches are rearranged
  • Gmax, the maximum possible ghost range when cladogram branches are rearranged
  • RCI, the Relative completeness index (Benton, 1994)
  • RCI and GER Sig., significance of the RCI and GER measures
  • No. consistent nodes, the number of stratigraphically consistent nodes
  • SCI, the Stratigraphic consistency index (Huelsenbeck, 1994)
  • SCI Sig., significance of the SCI measure
  • GER, the Gap excess ratio (Wills, 1999)
  • Range, the broad stratigraphic range of the cladogram
  • Reference, the source of the cladogram assessed
Group No. terminals SRL MIG Gmin Gmax RCI Consistent nodes SCI SCI Sig.

90. Amphibians 2 Tri Club
Based at Christ's Hospital, West Sussex. News, race and club events are listed and links to other Category Sports MultiSports Organizations Europe United Kingdom......Click here to make your homepage. Club History ClassifiedsDiary Ironman Athletes Member Interviews Message Board News
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91. Home
Color images of flowers, animals, insects, and amphibians.
Nature photography and stock photos are our speciality here at R. S. Lauridsen Photography. Commercial photography editorial and advertising work help to round every thing out. In addition to this I offer workshops and photo tours covering a large range of subjects. I also have a great photo links page, you may want to check it out. Links to most major manufactures as well as some great E-Zines, all related to photography, cameras darkroom technique and nature photos. R. S. Lauridsen Photography
P.O. Box 33407
San Diego, CA 92163
E-mail to: Attention: This site has not been designed with any compressed images. It will not display properly if your browser is configured to display compressed images. You will need to disable “ show compressed images ” within your browsers preferences. I apologize for this, but I am a photographer, not a full time web designer. The only purpose for this site is to display my work, as a photographer. My only wish is for you to see a true representation of that work. Thank you. R.S.Lauridsen You are visitor digimarc electronic watermark and will show R. S. Lauridsen as the registered owner. Please enjoy my work. Thank You. R. S. Lauridsen

92. Biologybase: Mississippi Amphibians
Mississippi amphibians. By Robert B. Hole, Jr. Anura (Frogs and Toads)*Eastern Narrowmouth Toad Gastrophyryne carolinensis; Eastern
covering the world of life
Checklists of Mississippi Vertebrates
BiologyBase Checklist Index Mississippi Index
Mississippi Amphibians
By Robert B. Hole, Jr.
Anura (Frogs and Toads)
  • *Eastern Narrowmouth Toad Gastrophyryne carolinensis
  • Eastern Spadefoot Scaphiopus holbrooki holbrooki
  • Eastern American Toad Bufo americanus americanus
  • Oak Toad Bufo quercicus
  • Southern Toad Bufo terrestris
  • Gulf Coast Toad Bufo valliceps valliceps
  • Fowler's Toad Bufo woodhousii fowleri
  • Woodhouse's Toad Bufo woodhousii woodhousii
  • *Nothern Cricket Frog Acris crepitans crepitans
  • *Southern Cricket Frog SSP? Acris gryllus
  • *Upland Chorus Frog Pseudacris triseriata feriarum
  • *Southern Chorus Frog Pseudacris nigrita nigrita
  • *Mountain Chorus Frog Pseudacris brachyphona
  • *Ornate Chorus Frog Pseudacris ornata
  • *Greater Gray Treefrog Hyla versicolor
  • *Lesser Gray Treefrog Hyla chrysocelis
  • *Northern Spring Peeper SSP? Pseudocris crucifer
  • *Bird-voiced Treefrog Hyla avivoca
  • *Green Treefrog Hyla cinerea
  • *Pine Woods Treefrog Hyla femoralis
  • *Barking Treefrog Hyla gratiosa
  • *Squirrel Treefrog Hyla squirella
  • *River Frog Rana heckscheri
  • *Pig Frog Rana grylio
  • *Bullfrog Rana catesbeiana
  • *Bronze Green Frog SSP?

Texas Cooperative Wildlife Collection list of species found in the county.
Ambystoma texanum (Smallmouth Salamander)
Ambystoma tigrinum (Tiger Salamander)
Desmognathus auriculatus (Ouachita Dusky Salamander) QUESTIONABLE
Notophthalmus viridescens (Red-spotted Newt)
Siren intermedia (Lesser Siren)
Frogs and Toads
Acris crepitans (Cricket Frog)
Bufo debilis (Green Toad)
Bufo punctatus (Red-spotted Toad)
Bufo speciosus (Texas Toad) Bufo valliceps (Gulf Coast Toad) Bufo woodhousii (Woodhouse's Toad) Eleutherodactylus augusti (Barking Frog) Gastrophryne carolinensis (Eastern Narrowmouth Toad) Gastrophryne olivacea (Great Plains Narrowmouth Toad) Hyla cinerea (Green Treefrog) Hyla versicolor (Gray Treefrog) Pseudacris clarki (Spotted Chorus Frog) Pseudacris streckeri (Strecker's Chorus Frog) Pseudacris triseriata (Striped Chorus Frog) Rana berlandieri (Rio Grande Leopard Frog) Rana blairi (Plains Leopard Frog) Rana catesbeiana (Bullfrog) Rana clamitans (Green Frog) Rana sphenocephala (Southern Leopard Frog) Scaphiopus couchi (Couch's Spadefoot) Scaphiopus holbrooki/hurteri (Eastern [Hurter's] Spadefoot) Crocodilians Alligator mississippiensis (American Alligator) Turtles Apalone (Trionyx) mutica (Smooth Softshell) Apalone (Trionyx) spinifera (Spiny Softshell) Chelydra serpentina (Snapping Turtle) Deirochelys reticularia (Chicken Turtle) Graptemys pseudogeographica (False Map Turtle) Kinosternon carinatum (Razorback Musk Turtle) Kinosternon flavescens (Yellow Mud Turtle) Kinosternon odoratum (Stinkpot) Kinosternon subrubrum (Eastern Mud Turtle) Pseudemys concinna (River Cooter)

94. Reptiles & Amphibians - NBII
Reptiles and amphibians Scientists have catalogued at least 4,780species of amphibians around the world. The continental United
Reptiles and Amphibians
  • Scientists have catalogued at least 4,780 species of amphibians around the world. The continental United States is home to at least 230 amphibian species.
    More than 7,800 reptile species have been described world-wide.
    Reptiles and amphibians are perhaps the most maligned and misunderstood members of the animal kingdom. Often feared and hated by humans, these animals provide critical services within the food chain, keeping insect, small mammal, and even other reptile and amphibian populations in check.


Nerve-studded jaws let alligators, crocodiles sense prey

Honduran town fights to save leatherback turtles

Study concludes parasitic worms cause frog deformities
Argentine ants threaten horned lizards

Biological Disciplines
Genetic Biodiversity Quick Species Search Systematics / Scientific Names This NBII site is developed and maintained by the Center for Biological Informatics of the U.S. Geological Survey Text-only Accessibility

95. Melissa Kaplan's Herp And Green Iguana Information Collection
Comprehensive information on the captive care, health, behavior, conservation, pet trade issues, and resources for reptiles. Includes care section for amphibians.
Melissa Kaplan's
Herp Care Collection
Last updated February 25, 2003
Herp and Green Iguana Information Collection
Information Clusters Species:



Green Iguanas
by Melissa Kaplan
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What does anapsid mean?
Many people wonder why I chose such a goofy/strange/dumb name for my herp site. Once you find out what anapsid means, I trust you won't find it so goofy, strange or dumb. Email Addresses To help prevent malicious harvesting of email addresses from this site, I have encoded email addresses with an exclamation point and blank space (! ) after the @ (i.e., name@! To send email to those who have email links, you will need to first remove the exclamation point and space. Read more about site rational and accessibility... The Writer and Her Writings As will become apparent when reading many of my articles, I am an animal

96. Reptiles & Amphibians Teacher Resources - NBII
Access to online educational resources for the study of reptiles and amphibians,including identification, habitats, and life cycles of frogs, toads
Grades K-3
FrogLand Although this site doesn't have much in the way of curriculum content, it offers a good introduction to amphibians, their life cycle, and care. There are fun froggy jokes, a coloring book, and weird frog facts, all of which can supplement a unit on amphibians for younger learners. FrogWeb This Web site, an inter-agency initiative amongst federal, state, and non-profit agencies, and the education and conservation communities, provides comprehensive information about amphibians for both scientists and the general public. Keep abreast of the latest information about amphibian declines and deformities, volunteer your class for various amphibian monitoring activities, and check out the "Educational Resources" and "FrogFun for Kids" areas for a variety of classroom projects and activities. Turtle Trax Although this non-profit organization's site does not contain lesson plans, it does offer teachers plenty of endearing biographies and color photos of specific turtles who have lived in the Honokowai Marine Preserve in Hawai'i, an overview of threats to marine turtles, and actions that everyday citizens can take to help preserve them.
Grades 4-6 Birmingham (AL) Zoo's Animal Omnibus: Amphibians A collection of links to specific Web resources for dozens of species of frogs, toads, newts, and salamanders, plus links to general amphibian information. If you need information about a particular species, this is a good starting point.

97. Alan Bosch Reptiles | Welcome To The Alan Bosch Reptile Collection Online.
Breeder specializing in captivebred ball pythons, boas, amphibians, various other snakes, turtles and lizards.
Welcome to Alan Bosch Reptiles!
     At Alan Bosch Reptiles, our two priorities are the health and well-being of our animals and your satisfaction. We deal in captive-bred reptiles, quality imports and reptile accessories . We feature investment quality Ball Pythons and Boas. Take a look at our complete collection including our offspring projections by visiting our reptiles page.
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     We are currently going through a little refurbishing of our online presence. Please be patient for the short amount of time that this process will take. You will probably notice that some links do not work yet, some images haven't made it to their places yet, and some sections have not yet been completed. We apologize for the inconvenience. You may feel free to contact me and provide some suggestions or comments. Thank you for your patience.
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98. Names Of The Reptiles And Amphibians Of North America
Names of the Reptiles and amphibians of North America. Copyrightand all rights reserved by Ellin Beltz, 2002
Names of the Reptiles and Amphibians of North America
Translations and Common Names [208 KB] - Updated April 26, 2002
Frogs and Toads Turtles ... Acknowledgements [6KB] Updated April 28, 2002 About these pages
  • The translations page covers the scientific names of native North American amphibians and reptiles (north of Mexico) and is arranged alphabetically within order.
  • It lists the original describer and year of description. If the species is in a different genus than originally described, the name and year are in parenthesis.
  • It is a reference and checklist to scientific names and currently accepted common names.
  • Use the "Find in Page" utility of your browser to search individual terms in English, Latin, Greek, coined "new Latin" or the various Native American languages which have been used to create the scientific names.
  • Names currently not accepted are retained because of the fluid nature of taxonomy and as a curiosity of things past.
  • This information is provided as a service to researchers, herpetologists and students of scientific nomenclature. Please browse, but do not print unless you have a real need for a printed copy. The whole document takes more than a full ream of paper and possibly more than one full ink cartridge, depending on your printer. Remember, updates are continuous - for the most up-to-the minute version, don't forget to hit "refresh."
Salamanders Frogs and Toads Turtles Alligators and Crocodiles ...
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99. Herps_of_NC
Images, sounds, and information about the state's amphibians and reptiles.Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates Herpetology......amphibians and Reptiles of North Carolina. North Carolina can be divided into threedistinct geographical regions Mountainous, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain.
Amphibians and Reptiles of North Carolina
North Carolina can be divided into three distinct geographical regions: Mountainous, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain. Each of these regions provides a variety of unique habitats that support a great diversity of reptiles and amphibians. The wide variety of life history characteristics that these species display allows them to play different but significant roles in the interactions that take place in North Carolina's ecosystems. The purpose of these pages is to provide basic information on these important reptiles and amphibians and aid in identification of reptiles and amphibians found in North Carolina and adjascent regions. Sources Back to Reptile and Amphibian Conservation

100. Web Pages For Whitewater Amphibians
Whitewater Amphibian Habitats of the Great Southeast. Air is thesweetest taste, though one must risk drowning to appreciate it. .
Whitewater Amphibian Habitats of the Great Southeast
"Air is the sweetest taste, though one must risk drowning to appreciate it." -Larry Niven, The Smoke Ring
New Stuff: Here's a link to my brother's Virtual Hike of the Appalachian Trail (Georgia to Maine) My brother and I have been paddling since June of 1995, and since that time I've tried to shoot video of each river we've run. They include:
  • The Chattooga (Section 4)
  • The North Chickamauga (Bowling Alley section)
  • The Hiwassee
  • The Little River Canyon (Alabama)
  • The Nantahala
  • The Ocoee
  • The Tellico Each of the hotlinks above points to a virtual tour (and a tip-o-the brain bucket to Dan Lykes' Virtual Ocoee Tour for pioneering that concept). Additionally, there's a section of miscellaneous photographs by the author and others As you can tell, we're still somewhat novice paddlers, although we've had some solid Class IV runs. We got back into paddling after a ten-year hiatus during which our Mom's Hollowform moldered in the garage. Last summer we strapped it to the top of my brother's jeep (it overhung each end by about two feet) and went to the lake for roll practice. Rolling a Hollowform is akin to rolling a twelve-foot can of Red, White, and Blue Beer...which is to say dern near impossible. After much frustration and little success, we both bought real boats: a Crossfire and then an Acrobat 270 for me, and a Corsica for him.
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