Amphibians and Reptiles

Grant Number & Project Title

E-1 Job 3.4: Status of Central Texas salamanders (Genus: Eurycea) | PDF

E-1 Job 8: Houston toad (Bufo houstonensis) status survey | PDF

E-1 Job 21: Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) status survey | PDF

E-1 Job 36: Houston toad taxonomic relationships | PDF

E-1 Job 52: Population analysis and nesting study of Cagle's map turtle | PDF

E-1 Job 71: Radio-telemetry study of Louisiana pine snakes in Eastern Texas and Western Louisiana | PDF

E-1 WER42: Historical and local processes determining the current status of Macroclemys tesmminckii: the alligator snapping turtle in Texas | PDF

E-1 WER70: Development of digital geologic data for spatial analyses of Houston toad and Navasota ladies’-tresses habitat | PDF, Additional Data | ZIP

E-14: Determination of the status of the Louisiana pine snake (Pituophus ruthveni) | PDF, Additional Data | ZIP

E-20: Griffith League Ranch habitat conservation plan | PDF

E-26: Houston toad habitat conservation plan | ZIP

E-44: Recreating habitat suitable for and supporting active reproduction by the endangered Houston toad | PDF

E-47: Red imported fire ant survey and monitoring to determine potential impacts on the Houston toad and its prey-base at Bastrop State Park | PDF

E-64: Geographic distribution and habitat suitability of the sand dune lizard (Sceloporus arenicolus) in Texas | PDF

E-68: Mark-recapture study of Eurycea rathbuni at three sites in San Marcos, Texas | PDF

E-70: Assessing the status of Eurycea salamanders and aquifer invertebrates in Northern Hays County, Texas | PDF

E-76: Houston toad metapopulation assessment and genetics: data necessary for effective recovery strategies in a significantly fragmented landscape | PDF

E-78: Population genetic analysis of the Texas blind salamander, Eurycea rathbuni | PDF

E-79: Hydrologic delineation of habitat and management zones for rare cave and spring salamander in the Austin, Texas, Area | PDF

E-93: Population genetics, species boundaries, and conservation of the Jollyville Plateau salamander, Eurycea tonkawae | PDF

E-101: Five-year status review: Houston toad | PDF

E-107: A model to predict the distribution of the Louisiana pine snake (Pituophis ruthveni), including habitat, land use, and ownership analysis of the historical range | PDF

E-114: Detection of the fine scale outcomes from prescribed fire relevant to the endangered Houston toad (Bufo houstonensis) within the Lost Pines ecoregion of Texas | PDF

E-122: Status of newly discovered cave and spring salamanders (Eurycea) in Southern Travis and Northern Hays Counties | PDF

E-127: Population supplementation: a proven means toward endangered species recovery for the Houston toad  | PDF

E-145: Post de-listing demographic and genetic monitoring of the Concho water snake (Nerodia oaucimaculata) | PDF

E-149: Testing habitat restoration options in the Houston toad (Bufo houstonensis) within the aftermath of the Bastrop County fire complex | PDF

E-151: Reintroduction of the Louisiana Pine Snake (Pituophis ruthveni) in Texas and Louisiana | PDF

E-158: Genomic assessment of taxonomic status of Central Texas Eurycea salamanders. | PDF

E-165: An Inventory of a Subset of Historically Known Populations of the Spot-tailed Earless Lizard (Holbrookia lacerata). | PDF

E-174: Evaluation of the species level status, population genetic structure, and connectivity among populations of the spot tailed earless lizard (Holbrookia lacerata). | PDF