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Additional Abstract pages
- Amphibians
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Below you will find amphibian abstracts containing the following information:
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NOTE: Some of the following files are PDF's and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. For text-only, use Adobe Access.
 
NOTE: Distribution maps are based on occurrences in the HDMS database and are not meant to be complete or predicted range maps.  Each species has specific criteria that must be met before being entered into the database; therefore the resulting maps reflect only the occurrences that meet the species specific criteria.  Maps contain known extirpated and historic occurrences.
 
Amphibians
Ambystoma mavortium stebbinsi
Sonora Tiger Salamander [PDF, 40kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Anaxyrus debilis insidior
Western Green Toad [PDF, 32kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Anaxyrus microscaphus
Arizona Toad [PDF, 31kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Anaxyrus retiformis
Sonoran Green Toad [PDF, 50kb]
Distribution Map
Anaxyrus woodhousii woodhousii
Rocky Mountain Toad [PDF, 68kb]
Craugastor augusti cactorum
Western Barking Frog [PDF, 48kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Gastrophryne olivacea
Western Narrow-mouthed Toad [PDF, 38kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Hyla arenicolor
Canyon Treefrog [PDF, 36kb]
Photograph

Hyla wrightorum (Huachuca/Canelo Hills Pop.)
Arizona Treefrog (Huachuca/Canelo DPS) [PDF, 51kb]
Distribution Map

Lithobates blairi
Plains Leopard Frog [PDF, 30kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph

Lithobates chiricahuensis
Chiricahua Leopard Frog [PDF, 67kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Lithobates onca
Relict Leopard Frog [PDF, 49kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Lithobates pipiens
Northern Leopard Frog [PDF, 36kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Lithobates tarahumarae
Tarahumara Frog [PDF, 49kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Lithobates yavapaiensis
Lowland Leopard Frog [PDF, 60kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Pseudacris hypochondriaca
Baja California Treefrog []
Distribution Map
Pseudacris maculata
Boreal Chorus Frog [PDF, 36kb]
Distribution Map
Smilisca fodiens
Lowland Burrowing Treefrog [PDF, 32kb]
Distribution Map
Photograph
Spea bombifrons
Plains Spadefoot [PDF, 36kb]
Distribution Map
Spea intermontanus
Great Basin Spadefoot [PDF, 50kb]
Distribution Map
 
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