What is the study of amphibians & reptiles called?
What does the Greek word creep mean?
What does the word Amphibian mean ?
What do you call the specific environment in which an animal lives?
Name a species whose well being or abundance can be used to indicate the quality of an ecosystem.
The opposite of ectothermic is?
What is th transformation of a larvae into an adult called?
The largest frog in Pennsylvania?
tadpole or pollywog
Another word for frog larva?
Another term for frogs and toads.
How many species of the Order Anura are in Pennsylvania?
Another term for salamanders and newts.
21 - 22
How many species of Order Caudata live in Pennsylvania?
Giant Salamander, Mudpuppy Salamander, Mole Salamander, Newt, Lungless Salamander
Name Five Order Caudata Families in Pennsylvania
There are 15 species of this salamander& they have cutaneous respiration.
This salamander has a nasolabial groove and does not have lungs
There is only one species of this salamander and it is red spotted.
This salamander's larve and adults are aquatic, but spends up to 3 years on land as a sub-adult
What is the term used for the sub-adult stage of a newt?
Does a frog or toad have smooth moist skin?
Does a frog or toad have dry, warty skin?
Does a frog or toad have long legs?
Does a frog or toad have short legs?
Does a frog or toad jump?
Does a frog or toad hop?
Frog or Toad - Does not have parotoid glands.
Frog or Toad -has paratoid glands that secrete toxins
This means without a tail.
This means to have a tail.
This mean legless, worm-like amphibians found only in tropical areas.
Name the Amphibian Domain
Name the Amphibian Kingdom
Name the Amphibian Phylum
Name the Amphibian Sub-Phylum
Name the Amphibian Class
live on land and in water
How do amphibians live a double life?
Family, Genus, Species
What are the three hierarchial classifications after order?