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Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network - Réseau Canadien de 
Conservation des Amphibiens et des Reptiles


Québec has 21 species of amphibians. Only Ontario has more native species. Québec has 1 species of salamander (the Northern Spring Salamander) that is found nowhere else in Canada. The 2 Dusky Salamanders and the Northern Spring Salamander are only found south of the St. Lawrence. The greatest diversity of species is found in the southern portion of the province. While 9 species range as far north as James Bay, only 3, the Eastern American Toad and the Mink and Wood Frogs are found farther north. Most of the species found in Québec are also found in Ontario and New Brunswick.