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Waterfowl and Habitat Changes
After 40 Years on the Waubay Study Area

Appendix C

Reptiles and amphibiansa seen in the Waubay Study Area, Day County, South Dakota, 1992-1993, by common and scientific names.
Northern prairie skink, Eumeces septentrionalis Northern leopard frog, Rana pipiens
Plains garter snake, Thamnophis radix Great Plains toad, Bufo cognatus
Painted turtle, Chrysemys picta Tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum
Plains leopard frog, Rana blairi  
a Common and scientific names follow Banks et al. (1987).

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