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Vernal Ponds Contained Basin Depressions Lacking a Permanent Above Ground Outlet. Small Pool in a shallow Depression of a Wooded Area. Pool Formed by a Flooded Meadow. Pool in a Vegetated Wetland. Pool in a Red Maple Swamp. Large Pool Among Hills in an Upland Forest.

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Vernal PondsContained Basin Depressions Lacking a Permanent Above Ground Outlet

Small Pool in a shallow Depression of a Wooded Area


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Pool Formed by a Flooded Meadow

Pool in a Vegetated

Wetland


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Pool in a Red

Maple Swamp

Large Pool Among Hills in an

Upland Forest


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Obligate Vernal Pond Breeders

  • Wood Frogs

  • Mole Salamanders

    • Spotted

    • Jefferson/Blue Spotted

    • Marbled

  • Fairy Shrimp


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Spotted SalamanderAmbystoma Maculatum


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Spring Migration of Spotted Salamanders


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Spotted Salamander Congress


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Spotted Salamander Spermatorphores


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Spotted Egg Masses

Egg Masses Most Often

On Vegetation

Developing Eggs


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Spotted Salamander LarvaeIncomplete Metamorphosis


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Other Obligate Mole Salamanders

Blue Spotted Salamander


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Jefferson Salamander


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Marbled Salamander


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Wood FrogsRana Sylvatica

Adult Females

The “Quacking Frog”


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Engaged In AmplexusWood Frog Eggs

External Fertilization


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Wood Frog Communal Egg Masses


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Wood frog Metamorphosis

Tadpole to frog

Tadpoles


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Emergent Wood Frog with Tail Remnant


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Fairy Shrimp

1 – 2 inch crustaceans that

Swim upside down


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Spring Peepers

Eastern Newts

Spadefoot Toad

American Toad

Fowlers Toad

Pickerel Frog

Leopard Frog

Green Frog

Bullfrog

Gray Tree Frog

Spotted Turtle

Blanding’s Turtle

Wood Turtle

Invertebrates

Facultative Vernal Pond Breeders


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Facultative Amphibians Spring Peeper

Distinguishing characteristics: X Marks the Spot and the

Pads on the Toes


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Other Facultative Amphibians

Fowlers Toad

Spadefoot Toad


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Leopard Frog

Pickerel Frog


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Bullfrog

Largest New England Frog


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Gray Treefrog


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American Toad

Distinguishing Characteristics

Warts

White Line down the Center of the Back


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Facultative BreedersGreen FrogsCommon Lake/Pond Species

Distinguishing Characteristics

Green Throat

Ridge Lines from Eyes to Hind Legs


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Eastern Newts

Adult and Juvenile Red Eft


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Facultative Reptiles

Spotted Turtle

Blanding’s Turtle

Wood Turtle


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Vernal Pond Invertebrates

Backswimmer

Isopod

Dragonfly Nymph


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Fingernail Clams and Flat Snails


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Threats to Vernal Ponds

  • Development

  • Logging

  • Recreation

  • Other?


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Vernal Pond Certification with Obligate Species

  • Signed Observation Form

  • USGS Map + One Other Map

  • Evidence of Obligate Species

    • Photo of Pool Holding Water

    • Photo of Obligate Species Breeding


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Certification of Vernal Pond with Facultative Species

  • Signed Observation Form

  • USGS Map + One Additional Map

  • Photos

    • Photos of Pool Holding Water and the Pool Dry

    • Photos of two or more Facultative Species


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Certification of Dry Vernal Pool

  • Signed Observation Form

  • USGS Map + One Other Map

  • Photos

    • Photo of the Pool Basis Without Water

    • Photo of Facultative Species Persistent After Pool Drying such as snail shells, fingernail clam shells, exuvia of dragonflies and damselflies


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