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Reptiles & Amphibians of Alabama

Common names appear first in the following list, but the list is alphabetized by class, order, family, genus, species, and subspecies. Subspecies names are provided if they exist in Alabama as distinct forms, not merely as intergrades influencing other subspecies. The list is modified from The Reptiles and Amphibians of Alabama (R. Mount, 1975). Current nomenclature generally follows Conant and Collins, AField Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians, Eastern and Central North America (1991).

Species protected by federal law and/or state rules and regulations are noted. Exotic (non-native) species which have escaped or were released and now have (or may have) breeding populations in Alabama are also indicated.

Protected: USFWS = Federally Protected (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed as either Threatened or Endangered) Protected: ADCNR = State Protected (Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources)

Colubrids of Alabama

Venomous Snakes of Alabama

Lizards of Alabama

Turtles of Alabama

Crocodilians of Alabama

Frogs & Toads of Alabama

Salamanders & Newssof Alabama

 
 

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