Animals

Our Lab Inhabitants

Dr. Underwood's collection includes snakes, lizards, frogs, and salamanders. There are over 30 species of animals in the Herpetarium, including:

In the past, the BGSU Herpetarium has also been home to a few species of turtles and tortoises.  Overall, there are currently over 200 animals in the Herpetarium. The vast assortment of species in the Herpetarium represents a small portion of the variety of animals studied through the fascinating science of Herpetology, as well as the variety of reptiles and amphibians in the world.


Below is our collection of specimens that we currently have in the lab:
New Caledonian Crested Gecko
New Caledonian Crested Gecko
Frilled Dragon
Frilled Dragon
Corn Snake
Corn Snake
Yellow and Black Poison Frog
Yellow and Black Poison Frog
New Caledonian Gargoyle Gecko
New Caledonian Gargoyle Gecko
Inland or Central Bearded Dragon
Inland or Central Bearded Dragon
Kenyan Sand Boa
Kenyan Sand Boa
Boa Constrictor
Boa Constrictor
New Caledonian Giant Gecko
New Caledonian Giant Gecko
Rankin's Dragon
Rankin's Dragon
Tarahumara Mexico Boa
Tarahumara Mexico Boa
New Caledonian Mossy Prehensile-tailed Gecko
New Caledonian Mossy Prehensile-tailed Gecko
Veiled Chameleon
Veiled Chameleon
Green Tree Python
Green Tree Python

The Herpetarium is a facility in the Department of Biological Sciences.

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