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Amphibians and Reptiles of the West Eugene Wetlands Vanessa Post. REPTILE. Ringneck Snake. REPTILE. Ringneck Snake. REPTILE Habitat:. Ringneck Snake. REPTILE Habitat: -usually found in moist conditions. Ringneck Snake. REPTILE Habitat: -usually found in moist conditions

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ringneck snake1
Ringneck Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:
ringneck snake2
Ringneck Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-usually found in moist conditions

ringneck snake3
Ringneck Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-usually found in moist conditions

-found under rocks, boards, wood, or other debris

rough skinned newt1
Rough-skinned Newt
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:
rough skinned newt2
Rough-skinned Newt
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-forests

rough skinned newt3
Rough-skinned Newt
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-forests

-lakes, ponds, or streams

southern alligator lizard2
Southern Alligator Lizard
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-woodlands of foothills and valleys

southern alligator lizard3
Southern Alligator Lizard
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-woodlands of foothills and valleys

-found in thickets, rock piles, or under wood

long toed salamander1
Long-toed Salamander
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:
long toed salamander2
Long-toed Salamander
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-in spring, can be found in ponds

long toed salamander3
Long-toed Salamander
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-in spring, can be found in ponds

-juveniles can be found in mud in the late summer

long toed salamander4
Long-toed Salamander
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-in spring, can be found in ponds

-juveniles can be found in mud in the late summer

-larvae can be found in ponds and lakes

northwestern garter snake2
Northwestern Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-primarily terrestrial but may be found near water

northwestern garter snake3
Northwestern Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-primarily terrestrial but may be found near water

-can be found in meadows, brushy thickets, slopes, and clearings in forests

pacific treefrog1
Pacific Treefrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:
pacific treefrog2
Pacific Treefrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-can be found on the ground in low shrubs

pacific treefrog3
Pacific Treefrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-can be found on the ground in low shrubs

-larvae can be found in shallow quiet waters, such as ponds or wetlands

common garter snake1
Common Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:
common garter snake2
Common Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-most common in wet meadows

common garter snake3
Common Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-most common in wet meadows

-can be found in open valleys

racer
Racer
  • REPTILE
racer1
Racer
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:
racer2
Racer
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found in meadows, sagebrush, and forest edges

racer3
Racer
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found in meadows, sagebrush, and forest edges

-can live in moist to semi-arid areas

western pond turtle1
Western Pond Turtle
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:
western pond turtle2
Western Pond Turtle
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-live in marshes, sloughs, moderately deep ponds, and slow creeks and rivers

western pond turtle3
Western Pond Turtle
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-live in marshes, sloughs, moderately deep ponds, and slow creeks and rivers

-require basking sites, such as partially submerged logs

western terrestrial garter snake2
Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found near water or in damp meadows

western terrestrial garter snake3
Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found near water or in damp meadows

-can also be found in grasslands,shrublands, woodlands, and open forest

gopher snake1
Gopher Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:
gopher snake2
Gopher Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found in drier, more open forests

gopher snake3
Gopher Snake
  • REPTILE
  • Habitat:

-found in drier, more open forests

-commonly seek refuge under rocks and debris and in rodent burrows

bullfrog
Bullfrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
bullfrog1
Bullfrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:
bullfrog2
Bullfrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-need permanent water source for breeding

bullfrog3
Bullfrog
  • AMPHIBIAN
  • Habitat:

-need permanent water source for breeding

*Introduced species

picture credits

Picture Credits

Martin Schimdt: Thamnophis elegans

John Sullivan: Hyla Regilla (both)

Tom Titus:Taricha granulosa, Elgaria multicarinata, Ambystoma macrodactylum, Thamnophis ordinoides, T. sirtalis, Coluber constrictor, Pituophis catenifer, Rana catesbeiana

Unknown: Clemmys marmorata