Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Order SALIENTIA—Frogs and Toads
Revised 5-98 by Steve Tilley, Smith College; Sandy Echternacht, University of Tennessee; Dana Soehn and Don Defoe, National Park Service
Collins, J.T., A Checklist of North American Native Amphibians and Reptiles
Redmond, W. H., A.C. Echternacht and A.F. Scott. Annotated Checklist and Bibliography of Amphibians and Reptiles of Tennessee (1835 through 1989)
Redmond, W. H. and A.F. Scott. Atlas of Amphibians in Tennessee
The Center for North American Amphibians and Reptiles website.(http://eagle.cc.ukans.edu/~cnaar/CNAARHomePage.html)
Did You Know?
The wispy, smoke-like fog that hangs over the Smoky Mountains comes from rain and evaporation from trees. On the high peaks of the Smokies, an average of 85 inches of rain falls each year, qualifying these upper elevation areas as temperate rain forests. More...