Common Lizard, Lightwood (Bill Williams)

Reptiles and amphibians

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About reptiles and amphibians

The term Reptiles covers living species in the following groups: turtles, crocodilians, snakes, lizards, amphibians, tuatara and (as ancestors) birds. 

Male Adder, Eastern Moors 28/04/13 (Andy Gregory)

Reptiles

Common lizard, 23/08/21 (Jonathan Mortin)
Common Lizard (regenerating tail), Lightwood 16/08/17 (Andy Gregory)

Snakes

Lizards

Slow worms

Tortoises and turtles

Crocodiles

[Birds]

Amphibians

Frogs

Frogs mating, Lightwood (Dave Purchase)

Toads

Common Toad (Bufo bufo), Potteric Bar NR, 19/08/15 (Bill Williams)

Newts

 

Great Crested Newt (Rosemary Furness)

Salamanders

Reptiles and amphibians in the High Peak

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Takes you to the up-to-date list and photo galleries of all reptile observations within the High Peak area, as recorded on iNaturalist

Takes you to the up-to-date list and photo galleries of all reptile observations within the ‘Buxton polygon’ area, as recorded on iNaturalist and collected by the Buxton Biodiversity Recording Group project

Takes you to the up-to-date list and photo galleries of all amphibian observations within the High Peak area, as recorded on iNaturalist

Takes you to the up-to-date list and photo galleries of all amphibian observations within the ‘Buxton polygon’ area, as recorded on iNaturalist and collected by the Buxton Biodiversity Recording Group project

Identifying reptiles and amphibians

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