Amphibians in North Dakota

North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. The climate is semi-arid, with hot summers and cold winters. The terrain is mostly flat, with some rolling hills and few mountain ranges.

The amphibians that live in North Dakota are mostly frogs and toads. Some of the more common species include the American toad, the leopard frog, and the bullfrog. There are also a few species of salamanders found in North Dakota, including the eastern newt and the mudpuppy.

Frogs & Toads (Anura) in North Dakota

Woodhouse's Toad

Scientific Name: Anaxyrus woodhousii

Plains Spadefoot

Scientific Name: Spea bombifrons

Northern Leopard Frog

Scientific Name: Lithobates pipiens

Great Plains Toad

Scientific Name: Anaxyrus cognatus

Cope's Gray Treefrog

Scientific Name: Hyla chrysoscelis

Canadian Toad

Scientific Name: Anaxyrus hemiophrys

Other Name(s): Dakota toad

Boreal Chorus Frog

Scientific Name: Pseudacris maculata

American toad

Scientific Name: Anaxyrus Americanus

Other Name(s): Eastern American Toad, Dwarf American Toad, Hudson Bay Toad

Salamanders (Caudata) in North Dakota

Tiger Salamander

Scientific Name: Ambystoma tigrinum

Eastern Tiger Salamander

Scientific Name: Ambystoma tigrinum

Other Name(s): Tiger Salamander

Barred Tiger Salamander

Scientific Name: Ambystoma mavortium

Other Name(s): Western Tiger Salamander