This is a list of official U.S. state, federal district, and territories amphibians . State amphibians are designated by tradition or the respective state legislatures.
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|State||State amphibian|| Binomial |
|Alabama||Red Hills salamander||Phaeognathus hubrichti||2000|
|Arizona||Arizona tree frog||Hyla eximia||1986|
|California||California red-legged frog||Rana draytonii||2014|
|Colorado||Western tiger salamander||Ambystoma mavortium||2012|
|Georgia||American green tree frog||Hyla cinerea||2005|
|Idaho||Idaho giant salamander||Dicamptodon aterrimus||2015|
|Illinois||Eastern tiger salamander||Ambystoma tigrinum||2005|
|Iowa||American bullfrog||Rana catesbeiana||Unofficial|
|Kansas||Barred tiger salamander||Ambystoma mavortium||2005|
|Louisiana||American green tree frog||Hyla cinerea||1993|
|Minnesota||Northern leopard frog||Rana pipiens||Proposed in 1999|
|Missouri||American bullfrog||Rana catesbeiana||2005|
|New Hampshire||Red-spotted newt||Notophthalmus viridescens||1985|
|New Mexico||New Mexico spadefoot toad||Spea multiplicata||2003|
|New York||Wood frog||Lithobates sylvaticus||Proposed in 2015|
|North Carolina|| Pine barrens tree frog |
| Marbled salamander |
|Ohio|| Spotted salamander |
| American bullfrog |
|Oklahoma||American bullfrog||Rana catesbeiana||1997|
|Pennsylvania||Eastern Hellbender||Cryptobranchus alleganiensis||2019|
|South Carolina||Spotted salamander||Ambystoma maculatum||1999|
|Tennessee||Tennessee cave salamander||Gyrinophilus palleucus||1995|
|Texas||Texas toad||Bufo speciosus||2009|
|Vermont||Northern leopard frog||Rana pipiens||1998|
|Washington||Pacific tree frog||Pseudacris regilla||2007|
|Amphibian|| Binomial |
|Puerto Rico||Common coquí||Eleutherodactylus coqui||Unofficial|
The following are lists of U.S. state, district, and territorial symbols as recognized by the state legislatures, territorial legislatures, or tradition. Some, such as flags, seals, and birds have been created or chosen by all U.S. polities, while others, such as state crustaceans, state mushrooms, and state toys have been chosen by only a few.
This article seeks to serve as a field-guide, central repository, and listing for the flora and fauna of North Carolina and surrounding territories.
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