The Amphibians and Reptiles of the Green River Watershed
 
 
 
 
Wood Frog
Wood frog tadpoles
Bullfrog
Bullfrog tadpole
American Toad
Red-spotted Newt
Eastern newt “eft”
Spotted Salamander
Red Salamander Pseudotriton ruber schencki
Spring salamander
The “dusky” salamanders
Northern Dusky Sal.
Shovel-nosed Salamander
Black-bellied Sal.
Seal Salamander
Ocoee Salamander
Pygmy Salamander
The “woodland” salamanders
Slimy Salamander Plethodon glutinosus  or  P. oconaluftee
Jordan’s Salamander
Yonahlosee Salamander
Two-lined and Three-lined Sal.
Hellbender
Reptiles
Eastern Box Turtle
Eastern Box turtle Female Male
Eastern Box Turtle Male Female
Eastern box turtle (male)
Eastern Fence Lizard
Eastern Fence Lizard (male)
“Lined” Skinks  (three species possible)
“lined skink” -- older individual
Ground Skink
Slender Glass Lizard
Water snakes and their relatives
Northern Water Snake
Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Ribbon Snake
Ribbon vs. Garter  (check out the upper lip) Ribbon Snake Garter Snake
Dekay’s Brown Snake
Red-bellied Snake
Queen Snake
Other  snake species
Worm snake
Ringneck Snake
Eastern Kingsnake
Eastern Milksnake
Black Rat Snake
“ Rippling” – a unique attempt to enhance camouflage.  Rat snakes will also vibrate their tail when alarmed. If neither of...
Juvenile Black Rat Snake
Corn Snake (Red Rat Snake)
Oops!
Rough Green Snake
Black Racer
juvenile Black racer
The Vipers
Northern Copperhead
 
Juvenile copperhead
 
Timber Rattlesnake
Black phase Yellow phase
Typical coloration
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The Amphibians and Reptiles of the Green River Watershed

  1. 1. The Amphibians and Reptiles of the Green River Watershed
  2. 6. Wood Frog
  3. 7. Wood frog tadpoles
  4. 8. Bullfrog
  5. 9. Bullfrog tadpole
  6. 10. American Toad
  7. 11. Red-spotted Newt
  8. 12. Eastern newt “eft”
  9. 13. Spotted Salamander
  10. 14. Red Salamander Pseudotriton ruber schencki
  11. 15. Spring salamander
  12. 16. The “dusky” salamanders
  13. 17. Northern Dusky Sal.
  14. 18. Shovel-nosed Salamander
  15. 19. Black-bellied Sal.
  16. 20. Seal Salamander
  17. 21. Ocoee Salamander
  18. 22. Pygmy Salamander
  19. 23. The “woodland” salamanders
  20. 24. Slimy Salamander Plethodon glutinosus or P. oconaluftee
  21. 25. Jordan’s Salamander
  22. 26. Yonahlosee Salamander
  23. 27. Two-lined and Three-lined Sal.
  24. 28. Hellbender
  25. 29. Reptiles
  26. 30. Eastern Box Turtle
  27. 31. Eastern Box turtle Female Male
  28. 32. Eastern Box Turtle Male Female
  29. 33. Eastern box turtle (male)
  30. 34. Eastern Fence Lizard
  31. 35. Eastern Fence Lizard (male)
  32. 36. “Lined” Skinks (three species possible)
  33. 37. “lined skink” -- older individual
  34. 38. Ground Skink
  35. 39. Slender Glass Lizard
  36. 40. Water snakes and their relatives
  37. 41. Northern Water Snake
  38. 42. Eastern Garter Snake
  39. 43. Eastern Ribbon Snake
  40. 44. Ribbon vs. Garter (check out the upper lip) Ribbon Snake Garter Snake
  41. 45. Dekay’s Brown Snake
  42. 46. Red-bellied Snake
  43. 47. Queen Snake
  44. 48. Other snake species
  45. 49. Worm snake
  46. 50. Ringneck Snake
  47. 51. Eastern Kingsnake
  48. 52. Eastern Milksnake
  49. 53. Black Rat Snake
  50. 54. “ Rippling” – a unique attempt to enhance camouflage. Rat snakes will also vibrate their tail when alarmed. If neither of those work, rat snakes will bite freely.
  51. 55. Juvenile Black Rat Snake
  52. 56. Corn Snake (Red Rat Snake)
  53. 57. Oops!
  54. 58. Rough Green Snake
  55. 59. Black Racer
  56. 60. juvenile Black racer
  57. 61. The Vipers
  58. 62. Northern Copperhead
  59. 64. Juvenile copperhead
  60. 66. Timber Rattlesnake
  61. 67. Black phase Yellow phase
  62. 68. Typical coloration

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