Amphibians in Your Backyard

Amphibians Likely to Use Backyard Habitats in Georgia

Species Range in Georgia Level of Fish Tolerance
American Toad Northern half of state Able to tolerate fish
Fowler's Toad Thoughout state Able to tolerate fish
Southern Toad Southern half of state Able to tolerate fish
Cricket Frog Statewide Can only tolerate fish ifthere is abundant aquatic vegitation
Gray Treefrog Statewide Unable to tolerate fish
Green Treefrog Southern two-thirds of state Able to tolerate fish, though unlikely to breed in small pools
Squirrel Treefrog Southern half of state Unable to tolerate fish
Spring Peeper Statewide Unable to tolerate fish
Upland Chorus Frog Northern two-thirds of state Unable to tolerate fish
Southern Chorus Frog Southern half of state Unable to tolerate fish
Eastern Narrowmouth Toad Statewide Unable to tolerate fish
Bullfrog Statewide Able to tolerate fish
Green or Bronze Frog Statewide Able to tolerate fish
Southern Leopard Frog Nearly statewide Able to tolerate fish
Wood Frog Northern third of state Unable to tolerate fish
Spotted Salamander Northern two-thirds of state Unable to tolerate fish
Eastern Newt Statewide Can only tolerate fish if there is abundant vegitation

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