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STATUS OF CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA AMPHIBIANS

 

California Department of Fish and Game
THREATENED AND ENDANGERED AMPHIBIANS
http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/species/t_e_spp/teamphib/teamphiba.shtml

AMPHIBIAN SPECIES OF CONCERN
http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/species/ssc/sscamphb/sscamphib.shtml



Nevada Natural Heritage Program
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

NEVADA SENSITIVE ANIMAL LIST

http://heritage.nv.gov/sensanim.htm


Federally listed, proposed and candidate amphibians in California and Nevada

Scientific NameCommon NameCritical HabitatCurrent RangeListing Status
Ambystoma californiense California tiger salamander 17.95(d) E=CA E, E, T *
Ambystoma macrodactylum croceum Santa Cruz long-toed salamander N/A CAE
Batrachoseps aridus Desert slender salamander N/A CAE
Bufo californicus (=microscaphus) Arroyo (=arroyo southwestern) toad 17.95(d) CA, MexicoE
Bufo canorus Yosemite toad N/A CA C
Rana aurora draytonii California red-legged frog 17.95(d) CA, Mexico T **
Rana luteiventris Columbia spotted frog N/A

ID, NV, OR, AK, ID, MT, UT, WA, WY

C  - Great Basin Distinct Population Segment (DPS)
Rana muscosa Mountain yellow-legged frog N/A CA, NV E, C ***
Rana onca Relict leopard Frog N/A AZ, NVC

KEY: E Endangered
AT Proposed Reclassification to Threatened
T Threatened
PT Proposed Threatened
  C Candidate Taxon, Ready for Proposal

* E=U.S.A. (CA - Santa Barbara County); E=U.S.A. (CA - Sonoma County); T=Central CA DPS, not including Santa Barbara and Sonoma DPS

**Entire (excluding Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity, & Mendocino Cos., CA; Glenn, Lake, & Sonoma Cos., CA, west of the Central Valley Hydrologic Basin; Sonoma & Marin Cos., CA, west & north of San Francisco Bay drainages and Walker Creek drainage; and NV)

***E=U.S.A. (southern California DPS). C=U.S.A. (all mountain yellow-legged frogs that occur north of the Tehachapi Mountains in the Sierra Nevada).

Report generated by the USFWS, Division of Endangered Species on 03/25/2006

Updated: March 25, 2006

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