A Desert Oasis: Keystone Park and Wetlands
Studying a Real Wetland

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Reptiles and Amphibians

Information about reptiles and amphibians comes from the National Audubon Society Field Guide. The following list is not guaranteed that all reptiles and amphibians may be found at Keystone Wetlands Park

Table of possible Reptiles and Amphibians that could inhabit Keystone Wetlands

Salamanders & Turtles Frogs & Toads Gecko & Lizard Snakes
Tiger Salamander Plains Spadefoot toad Collared Lizard Western Blind Snake
Mud Turtle Couch's Spadefoot Toad Leopard Lizard Glossy Snake
Slider Turtle Rio Grande Leopard Frog Lesser Earless Lizard Glossy Snake
Western Box Turtle Bullfrog Texas Horned Lizard Ringneck Snake
Spiny Softshell Western Toad Round-tailed Horned Lizard Trans-Pecos Rat Snake
Great Plains Toad Crevice Spiny Lizard Western Hook-nosed Snake
Re-spotted Toad Eastern Fence Lizard Western Hognose Snake
Texas Toad Side-blotched Lizard Night Snake
Woodhouse's toad Little Striped Whiptail Common Kingsnake
Canyon Treefrog Desert-Grassland Whiptail Coachwhip Snake
Western Whiptail Striped Whipsnake
Great Plains Skink Pine-Goper Snake
Long-nosed Snake
Mexican Black-headed Snake
Plains Black-headed Snake
Western Diamondback Rattlesnake
Western Rattlesnake
Ridge-nose Rattlesnake

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Authors: Michele Stafford-Levy, Shirley Davis, Albert Ortiz, & Ellen Treadway

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