NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species

GroupFamilyScientificNameCommonNameNativeExotic
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Atelopus zeteki Panamanian Golden FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Anaxyrus americanus American ToadNative
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Rhaebo blombergi Columbian Giant ToadExotic
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Anaxyrus boreas halophilus Southern California ToadNative
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Bufo bufo European ToadExotic
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Rhinella marina Cane ToadNative
Amphibians-FrogsDendrobatidae Dendrobates auratus Green and Black Poison Dart FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsDendrobatidae Dendrobates leucomelas Yellow-banded Poison Dart FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsDendrobatidae Dendrobates sp. a Poison Dart FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Acris crepitans Northern Cricket FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Hyla cinerea Green TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Hyla wrightorum Arizona TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Hyla gratiosa Barking TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Litoria aurea Green and Golden Bell FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Osteopilus septentrionalis Cuban TreefrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Pachymedusa dacnicolor Mexican Leaf FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Pseudacris regilla Northern Pacific TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsEleutherodactylidae Eleutherodactylus coqui CoquiExotic
Amphibians-FrogsEleutherodactylidae Eleutherodactylus planirostris Greenhouse FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsEleutherodactylidae Eleutherodactylus portoricensis Forest CoquiExotic
Amphibians-FrogsEleutherodactylidae Eleutherodactylus cystignathoides Rio Grande Chirping FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsEleutherodactylidae Eleutherodactylus cystignathoides campi Rio Grande Chirping FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsPipidae Hymenochirus boettgeri Zaire Dwarf Clawed FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsPipidae Xenopus laevis African Clawed FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Rana aurora Northern Red-legged FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates berlandieri Rio Grande Leopard FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates blairi Plains Leopard FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates catesbeianus American BullfrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates clamitans Green FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Pelophylax nigromaculatus Black-spotted FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates pipiens Northern Leopard FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Glandriana rugosa Japanese Wrinkled FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates sphenocephalus Southern Leopard FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Scinax rubra Common ScinaxExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Lithobates grylio Pig FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Litoria caerulea Australian Green TreefrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Hyla squirrella Squirrel TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsPipidae Pipa pipa Suriname toadExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Pseudacris sierra Sierran Chorus FrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Pseudacris hypochondriaca Baja California TreefrogNative
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Incilius nebulifer Coastal Plain ToadNative
Amphibians-FrogsBombinatoridae Bombina orientalis Oriental Fire-bellied ToadExotic
Amphibians-FrogsMicrohylidae Kaloula pulchra Malaysian Painted FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHyperoliidae Afrixalus fornasini Fornasini's Spiny Reed FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsBufonidae Duttaphrynus melanostictus Southeast Asian ToadExotic
Amphibians-FrogsHylidae Litoria fallax Eastern Dwarf TreefrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRhacophoridae Polypedates megacephalus Hong Kong Whipping FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsRanidae Hylarana guentheri Günther's Amoy FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsDicroglossidae Fejervarya cancrivora Crab-Eating FrogExotic
Amphibians-FrogsDicroglossidae Fejervarya limnocharis Rice FrogExotic
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2015]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/29/2015].

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