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View Resource American Museum of Natural History-Department of Herpetology: Amphibian Species of the World

This incredibly comprehensive database of amphibians includes mention of over 35,000 species. Not only packed with information, however, the database is also easily navigable by either searching or exploring. "There are two finding aids, SEARCH and the EXPLORE. These allow you to search on any 4-letter string (excluding such generally used terms such as frog, salamander, caecilian, newt, et al.)...

http://research.amnh.org/vz/herpetology/amphibia/index.php
View Resource USGS: Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative

The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) was formed by the U.S. Geological Survey as a national program for amphibian conservation, research, and monitoring. The website provides background information about ARMI as well as sections on Monitoring, Research & Development, Regions & People, and Products. The Research & Development section includes information about ongoing efforts at...

https://armi.usgs.gov/
View Resource Illinois Natural History Survey: Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Illinois

From the Illinois Natural History Survey, the _Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Illinois_ is designed for use by students, naturalists, biologists, land managers, law enforcement officials, and others. One goal of the Guide "is to help the reader learn about all 102 species of amphibians and reptiles that live within the boundaries of Illinois. Basic information is presented on their...

http://wwx.inhs.illinois.edu/collections/herps/publications/...
View Resource Texas Natural History Collections: Herpetology

The Herpetology Collection of reptiles and amphibians is part of the Texas Natural History Collections (TNHC) in the University of Texas at Austin's Texas Memorial Museum. The Collection "holdings consist of about 63,000 catalogued specimens, which are used for research by faculty, staff and students at the University, as well as by qualified researchers throughout the world." Frogs make up more...

https://biodiversity.utexas.edu/resources/collections
View Resource AmphibiaWeb

In a previous time, it was a bit more tedious and difficult to keep track of the world’s species, and international collaboration was less than instantaneous. This recent endeavor, presented by the Digital Library Project at Berkeley and a host of supporting organizations, aims to provide the general public and scientists with a place to retrieve information related to amphibian biology and...

http://amphibiaweb.org/