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RIO GRANDE LEOPARD FROG
Lithobates berlandieri

Rio Grande Leopard Frog - Lithobates berlandieri Lithobates berlandieri from Kerr Co., Tx. Photo by Riley Campbell Rio Grande Leopard Frog - Lithobates berlandieri Lithobates berlandieri from Kerr Co., Tx. Photo by Riley Campbell

Range of Lithobates berlandieri
Range  of  Lithobates berlandieri                             Map by USGS

Distribution:  This species occurs throughout central, south and southwestern Texas and in southeastern New Mexico. There are established introduced populations in southern Arizona and southern California.

Legal Status:  Lithobates berlandieri has no protected status in our region.




Rio Grande Leopard Frog - Lithobates berlandieri Lithobates     berlandieri     from     Bandera     County,     Texas
                                                                  Photo by Matt Hollanders
















Rio Grande Leopard Frog - Lithobates berlandieri Lithobates     berlandieri     from     Bandera     County,       Texas
                                                                    Photo by Matt Hollanders





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