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A Survey of the Herpetofauna of the Comanche National Grasslands in Southeastern Colorado

Appendix 7:

Photographs of selected habitat and species of amphibians and
reptiles observered during the 1995-1997 field seasons

JPG -- Chorus frog
Chorus frogs (Pseudacris triseriata) are found primarily north of the Arkansas River drainage in southeastern Colorado, but they are occasionally encountered on the Comanche Grasslands northern section, and tadpoles and young adults have been found in the vicinity of stock ponds just north of David Canyon Road and Rourke Road.
JPG -- Great Plains narrowmouth toad
The Great plains narrowmouth toad (Gastrophryne olivacea) occurs in extreme southeastern Colorado and may be found on the westernmost edge of the southern section of the Comanche Grassland. This individual was found calling in a deep shaded pond and was a county distributional record for Las Animas.

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