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Iowa amphibians 
Iowa has a variety of amphibian life forms. There are salamanders, newts, frogs, and toads. There are 4 different types of salamanders, 2 kinds of newts, 12 types of frogs, and 4 kinds of toads living in Iowa. The largest land amphibian in the world can be found right here in Iowa! Tiger salamanders grow to be more than a foot in length. The most common toads in Iowa are the American toad and the Woodhouse’s toad.
 
Salamanders                                                                               
Tiger Salamander                                                           
Smallmouth Salamander                                             
Mudpuppy
Blue-spotted Salamander
 
Toads                                                                                
Plains Spadefoot Toad                                                 
Great Plains Toad                                                           
American Toad                                                                
Woodhouse’s Toad                                                                                              
                                                                                               
Newts
Eastern Newt
Central Newt     
 
Frogs
Cope's Gray Tree Frog
Spring Peeper
Souther Leopard Frog
Plains Leopard Frog
Pickerel Frog
Northern Leopard Frog
Green Frog
Cricket Frog
Crawfish Frog
Gray Tree frog
Western Chorus Frog
Bullfrog
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