Mammoth Cave National Park Amphibians

Mammoth Cave National Park is home to a variety of salamanders, toads, and frogs. Among the species here are:

SALAMANDERS

Mudpuppy, Hellbender, Red spotted newt, Jefferson salamander, Spotted salamander, Marbled salamander, Tiger salamander, Zigzag salamander, Slimy salamander, Eastern mud salamander, Northern red salamander, Northern two-lined salamander, Long-tailed salamander, Cave salamander, Northern dusky salamander, Small-mouthed salamander

TOADS

Eastern spadefoot toad, American toad, Fowler's toad

FROGS

Southern cricket frog, Mountain chorus frog, Spring peeper, Gray treefrog, Bullfrog, Green frog, Pickerel frog, Leopard frog, Wood frog, Eastern narrow-mouthed toad.

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