1000 Islands Ecology

Species Checklist
for the

of the
Thousand Islands
Oliver K. Reichl, B.E.S.(Hons)

This checklist contains the common names of amphibian species whose range includes the Thousand Islands ecosystem. Tracked species should be reported to Ontario's Natural Heritage Resources Centre (NHIC). Simply click the link ("Yes") to go directly to the NHIC's online reporting form.

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Kingdom: Animals
—Phylum: Chordates
——Subphylum: Vertebrates
Common Name Synonyms Tracked
Hylid Frogs, Hylids, New World Tree Frogs, Treefrogs
Gray Treefrog Tetraploid Gray Treefrog No
Spring Peeper ----- No
Western Chorus Frog Midland Chorus Frog, Striped Chorus Frog Yes
Ranid Frogs, Ranids, Riparian Frogs, True Frogs
American Bullfrog Bullfrog No
Green Frog ----- No
Mink Frog ----- No
Northern Leopard Frog ----- No
Pickerel Frog ----- No
Wood Frog ----- No
Toads, Bufonids
American Toad ----- No
Lungless Salamanders
Eastern Red-backed Salamander Redback Salamander, Red-backed Salamander No
Four-toed Salamander ----- No
Northern Two-lined Salamander Two-lined Salamander No
Mole Salamanders
Blue-spotted Salamander ----- No
Spotted Salamander Yellow-spotted Salamander No
Mudpuppies, Olms, Waterdogs
Common Mudpuppy Mudpuppy, Waterdog No
Newts, Salamanders
Eastern Newt Red-spotted Newt No
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