Endangered Amphibians of North America**
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Show all amphibians of concern in North America.
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Common Name Range ***
Acultzingo Minute Salamander Mexico
Adelos Salamander Mexico
Adler's Mottled Treefrog Mexico
Ahuitzotl Salamander Mexico
Alabama Waterdog Alabama
Amargosa Toad Nevada
Anderson's Salamander Mexico
Aquatic Treefrog Mexico
Arcane Spikethumb Frog Mexico
Arroyo Southwestern Toad California, Mexico
Austin Blind Salamander Texas
Barber's Sheep Frog Mexico
Barton Springs Salamander Texas
Berry Cave Salamander Tennessee
Big-eared Chirping Frog Mexico
Big-footed Minute Salamander Mexico
Bigfoot Leopard Frog Mexico
Black Toad California
Black-spotted Newt Mexico, Texas
Blue-eyed Aquatic Treefrog Mexico
Blunt-headed Salamander Mexico
Broadfoot Climbing Salamander Mexico
California Giant Salamander California
California Red-legged Frog California, Mexico
California Tiger Salamander California
Cascade Torrent Salamander Oregon, Washington
Cascades Frog California, Canada
Cayey Robber Frog Puerto Rico
Cheat Mountain Salamander West Virginia
Chiricahua Leopard Frog Arizona, Mexico, New Mexico
Clouded Salamander California, Oregon
Cofre de Perote Salamander Mexico
Columbia Torrent Salamander Oregon, Washington
Comal Blind Salamander Texas
Cook's Robber Frog Puerto Rico
Craugastor spp. (25) Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama
Crawfish Frog United States
Cricket Robber Frog Puerto Rico
Dwarf Coqui Puerto Rico
Florida Bog Frog Florida
Frosted Flatwoods Salamander Florida, Georgia, South Carolina
Georgia Blind Salamander Florida, Georgia
Golden Minute Salamander Mexico
Gopher Frog United States
Great Peeping Frog Mexico
Green Salamander United States
Hellbender United States
Houston Toad Texas
Jeweled Toad Mexico
Kern Plateau Salamander California
Longtail False Brook Salamander Mexico
MacDougall's Minute Salamanders Mexico
Mona Coqui Puerto Rico
Mountain Yellow-legged Frog USA - Southern California DPS
Mustache False Brook Salamander Mexico
Oklahoma Salamander Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma
One-toed Amphiuma Alabama, Florida, Georgia
Puebla Treefrog Mexico
Red Peeping Frog Mexico
Relict Leopard Frog Arizona, Nevada, Utah
Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander Alabama, Florida, Georgia
Santa Cruz Long-toed Salamander California
Shasta Salamander California
Shenandoah Salamander Virginia
Speckled Black Salamander California, Oregon
Streamside Salamander United States
Striped Newt Florida, Georgia
Taylor's Minute Salamander Mexico
Tennessee Cave Salamander Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee
Texas Blind Salamander Texas
Thorny Spikethumb Frog Mexico
Western Toad Canada, Mexico, United States (California)
White-spotted Salamander Virginia, West Virginia
Wyoming Toad Wyoming
Xolocalca Bromeliad Salamander Mexico
Yellow-belly Climbing Salamander Mexico
Yosemite Toad California

**What amphibians are listed here?:

The North America section of this site lists the folllowing amphibians appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Amphibians that dwell in or migrate to any part of the North American continent, except Hawaii, which has its own section.
  • Amphibians of Greenland and adjacent Atlantic islands.
  • Amphibians of the Mexican Holarctic.
  • Amphibians of the Gulf of Maine.

This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About EEC page.

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