Significant New Records of Amphibians and Reptiles From Georgia, USA
Distributional maps found in Amphibians and Reptiles of Georgia (Jensen et al. 2008), along with subsequent geographical distribution notes published in Herpetological Review, serve as essential references for county-level occurrence data for herpetofauna in Georgia. Collectively, these resources aid biologists by helping to identify distributional gaps for which to target survey efforts. Herein we report newly documented county records for a variety of amphibian and reptile species in Georgia. All records below were verified by David Bechler (VSU), Nikole Castleberry (GMNH), David Laurencio (AUM), Lance McBrayer (GSU), and David Steen (SRSU), and datum used was WGS84. Standard English names follow Crother (2012).
Stevenson, Dirk J., Christopher L. Jenkins, Kevin M. Stohlgren, John B. Jensen, David L. Bechler, Ian Deery, Daniel Duff, Sean P. Graham, Robb Herrington, Phillip Higgins, Robert V. Horan III, Crystal Kelehear, Dylan Kelly, Kelsie Kincaid, Lance D. McBrayer, Matt Moore, Charlie Muise, Tracey Muise, Allan Muise, Justin Oguni, Elizabeth M. Schlimm, Willa Vaigneur.
"Significant New Records of Amphibians and Reptiles From Georgia, USA."
Herpetological Review, 46 (4): 597-601.