CONTENTS

Front Page

Abstract

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Historical Perspective

Environmental Setting
      Physiography
      Climate
      Drainages
      Soils
      Vegetation
      Ecoregions

Distribution of Species
      Methods
      Distribution Maps
      Erroneous Species Reports

Literature Cited

Publications of the APSU
Center for Field Biology

Comments???


Species by Order & Family

      Order Anura
            Frogs and Toads
        Family Bufonidae
              Toads
        Family Hylidae
              Treefrogs
        Family Microhylidae
              Narrow-mouthed Toads
        Family Pelobatidae
              Spadefoot Toads
        Family Ranidae
              True Frogs

      Order Caudata
              Salamanders
        Family Ambystomatidae
              Mole Salamanders
        Family Amphiumidae
              Conger Eels
        Family Cryptobranchidae
              Hellbenders
        Family Proteidae
              Mudpuppies
        Family Plethodontidae
              Lungless Salamanders
        Family Salamandridae
              Newts
        Family Sirenidae
              Sirens


Index to Scientific
and
Common Names
*

Acris
      crepitans
      gryllus

Ambystoma
      barbouri
      jeffersonianum
      maculatum
      opacum
      talpoideum
      texanum
      tigrinum

Amphiuma, Three-toed
Amphiuma tridactylum

Anaxyrus (formerly Bufo)
      americanus
      lentiginosus
      terrestris
      fowleri (formerly
        B. woodhousei fowleri)

Aneides aeneus

Bullfrog, American
  (formerly Bullfrog)

Cryptobranchus alleganiensis

Desmognathus
      abditus
      aeneus
      carolinensis
      conanti
      fuscus
      imitator
      marmoratus (formerly
        Leurognathus marmoratus)
      monticola
      ochrophaeus
(complex)
      ocoee
      orestes
      organi
      quadramaculatus
      santeetlah
      welteri
      wrighti

Eurycea
      aquatica
      bislineata
      cirrigera
      guttolineata
      junaluska
      longicauda
      lucifuga
      wilderae

Frog
     
Crawfish
     
Gopher
     
Green
     
Mountain Chorus
     
Eastern Cricket
     
Pickerel
     
Southern Cricket
     
Southern Leopard
     
Plains Leopard
     
Upland Chorus
     
Wood
     
Western Chorus

Gastrophryne carolinensis

Gyrinophilus
      gulolineatus
      palleucus
      porphyriticus
      warneri

Hellbender

Hemidactylium scutatum

Hyla
      avivoca
      chrysoscelis
      cinerea
      gratiosa
      phaeocrypta
      squirella
      versicolor
(complex)

Lithobates
(formerly Rana)
      areolatus
(formerly areolata)
      blairi
      capito
      catesbeianus
(formerly
        catesbeiana
)
      clamitans
      palustris
      pipiens
      sevosus
      sphenocephalus
(formerly
        sphenocephala
)
      sylvaticus
(formerly sylvatica)
      utricularia (now sphenocephalus)

Mudpuppy

Necturus
     alabamensis
     beyeri
     maculosus

Newt, Eastern

Notophthalmus viridescens

Peeper, Spring

Plethodon
      aureolus
      cinereus
      cylindraceus
      dorsalis
      glutinosus
       jordani
      kentucki
      metcalfi
      mississippi
      montanus
      oconaluftee
(now teyahalee)
       richmondi
      serratus
      shermani
      teyahalee
      ventralis
      wehrlei
      welleri
      yonahlossee

Pseudacris
      brachyphona
      crucifer
      feriarum
(formerly P.
        triseriata feriarum
)
      triseriata

Pseudotriton
      montanus
      ruber

Salamander
      Allegheny Mountain Dusky
      Berry Cave
      Black Mountain
      Black-bellied
      Blue Ridge Dusky
      Blue Ridge Two-lined
      Brown-backed
      Carolina Mountain Dusky
      Cave
      Cumberland Dusky
     
Cumberland Plateau (formerly
        Cumberland Plateau Woodland)
    
  Eastern Red-backed (formerly
        Redback)
      Eastern Tiger (formerly Tiger)
      Four-toed
      Green
      Imitator
      Junaluska
      Long-tailed
      Marbled
      Mississippi Slimy
      Mole
      Mountain Dusky (complex)
      Mud
      Northern Dusky (formerly Dusky)
      Northern Gray-cheeked
      Northern Pygmy
      Northern Slimy
      Northern Zigzag (formerly Zigzag)
      Ocoee
      Pygmy
      Red
      Red-legged
      Red-cheeked (formerly Jordan's)
      Santeetlah Dusky
      Seal
      Seepage
      Shovel-nosed
      Small-mouthed
      Southern Appalachian (formerly
        Southern Appalachian Slimy)
      Southern Ravine (formerly Ravine)
      Southern Red-backed
      Southern Two-lined
      Southern Zigzag
      Spotted
      Spotted Dusky
      Spring
      Streamside
      Tellico
      Tennessee Cave
      Three-lined
      Wehrle's
      Weller's
      White-spotted Slimy
      Yonahlossee

Scaphiopus holbrookii

Siren intermedia

Siren, Lesser

Spadefoot, Eastern

Toad
     
American
      Eastern Narrow-mouthed
      Fowler's (formerly
        under Woodhouse's)
      Southern

Treefrog
      Barking
      Bird-voiced
      Cope's Gray
      Gray (Complex)
      Green

*After: Crother, B.I. (ed.). 2012. Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico, With Comments Regarding Confidence in Our Understanding. SSAR Herpetological Circular 37:1-92