Reptiles of the Fishlake National Forest

All amphibians and reptiles in this area are inactive in winter!

Key to species occurrence

Po = Possibly occurs on the Forest. This category includes species which are known to exist in close proximity to the Forest boundary, or which may accidentally migrate off a normal route onto the Forest.

Pr = Probably occurs on the Forest This category includes species which should occur on the Forest as indicated by species distribution date, but which have not been verified by actual sightings or other evidence.

K = Known to exist on the Forest This category includes all species which have actually been verified as existing on the Forest.

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Mole Salamanders

  • Tiger Salamander (K)
  • Spadefoot Toads
  • Great Basin Spadefoot (K)


  • Great Plains Toad (Po)
  • Red-Spotted Toad (po)
  • Woodhouse's (K)

Tree Frogs

  • Striped Chorus Frog (Unknown)

True Frogs

  • Leopard Frog (K)
  • Spotted Frog (Po)


  • Collared Lizard (Pr)
  • Leopard Lizard (K)
  • Northern Plateau Lizard (Pr)
  • Western Fence Lizard (Po)
  • Sagebrush Lizard (K)
  • Side-Blotched Lizard (K)
  • Tree Lizard (Po)
  • Desert Horned Lizard (Po)
  • Short-Horned Lizard (K)


  • Great Basin Skink (Pr)


  • Great Basin Whiptail (K)


  • Rubber Boa (Po)


  • Ringneck Snake (Po)
  • Yellow-Bellied Racer (K)
  • Striped Whipsnake (K)
  • Gopher Snake (K)
  • Utah Mountain King Snake (K)
  • Utah Milk Snake (Pr)
  • Long-Nosed Snake (Po)
  • Wandering Garter SNake (Pr)
  • Desert Night Snake (Pr)


  • Great Basin Rattle Snake (K)