INL Reptile Species List

Species Distribution Seasonal Occurrence1 Abundance Remarks
Order ANURA Return to Top
Family Pelobatidae
Great Basin Spadefoot Toad
(Spea intermontana)
Sitewide associated with riparian and aquatic environments Resident Common Restricted by water availability
Order SQUAMATA Return to Top
Family Iquanidae
Leopard Lizard
(Gamebia wislinzenii)
Sagebrush/Grasslands Resident Uncommon
Short-horned Lizard
(Phrynosoma douglassi)
Sagebrush/Grasslands Resident Common
Sagebrush Lizard 
(Sceloporus graciosus)
Sagebrush/Grasslands Resident Common
Family Scincidae
Western Skink
(Eumeces skiltonianus)
Sitewide  Resident Rare
Family Boidae
Rubber Boa
(Charina bottae)
Sitewide Resident Rare
Family Colubridae
Desert Striped Whipsnake
(Masticophis taeniatus)
Sitewide Resident Uncommon
Gopher Snake
(Pituophis catenifer)
Sitewide Resident Common
Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
(Thamnophis elegans)
Sitewide Resident Uncommon
Family Viperidae
Western Rattlesnake
(Crotalus viridis)
Sitewide Resident Common

POSSIBLE OCCURRENCE2

Order CAUDATA       Return to Top
Family Ambystomidae        
Tiger Salamander
(Ambystoma tigrinum)
Sitewide associated with riparian and aquatic environments
Order ANURA       Return to Top
Family Hylidae        
Striped Chorus Frog
(Pseudacris triseriata)
Aquatic
Family Ranidae    
Northern Leopard Frog
(Rana pipiens)
Aquatic Sehman and LInder (1978) suggested this species may occur
Spotted Frog
(Rana pretiosa)
Aquatic
Family Bufonidae        
Western Toad
(Bufo boreas)
Agricultural
Aquatic
Riparian
Order SQUAMATA       Return to Top
Family Iguanidae        
Mojave Black-collared Lizard
(Crotaphytus bicinctores)
Sitewide Sehman and Linder (1978) suggested this species may occur
Family Colubridae        
Racer
(Coluber constrictor)
Sitewide
Ringneck Snake
(Diadophis punctatus)
Sitewide
Night Snake
(Hypsiglena torquata)
Sitewide
Common Garter Snake
(Thamnophis sirtalis)
Sitewide

1 Yearlong residents, even though they are only observed in spring, summer and early fall.
2
Ranges overlap the INL; however, there are no documented observations.

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