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DEATH VALLEY WILDLIFE > Amphibians

Amphibians

Inyo Mountains Slender Salamander
Batrachoseps campi
Rare; found in riparian areas in the Panamint Mountains.

Red-spoted Toad
Bufo punctatus
Mainly nocturnal; common in rocky areas near water.

Western Toad
Bufo boreas
Introduced to Furnace Creek area where it is locally abundant; mainly nocturnal.

Pacific Treefrog
Pseudacris regilla
Watered areas throughout park.

Bullfrog
Rana catesbeiana
Introduced to Furnace Creek area around 1920; highly aquatic.

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