Endangered Reptiles of North America**
Show reptiles in North America with profiles available.
Show all reptiles of concern in North America.
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Common Name Range ***
Abronia deppii Mexico
Abronia martindelcampoi Mexico
Alabama Red-belly Turtle Alabama
Alligator Snapping Turtle United States
American Crocodile Florida, Mexico
Aquatic Box Turtle Mexico
Arizona Striped Whiptail Arizona
Baja California Legless Lizard Mexico
Baja California Whiptail Mexico (Baja California)
Balsas Armed Lizard Mexico
Barker's Anole Mexico
Big Bend Slider Mexico, New Mexico, Texas
Blackbelly Garter Snake Mexico
Blunt-nosed Leopard Lizard California
Bog Turtle Eastern United States
Bolson Tortoise Mexico
Borbour's Montane Pitviper Mexico
Brazos River Watersnake Texas
Breedlove's Anole Mexico
Cagle's Map Turtle Texas
Campeche Spiny-tailed Iguana Mexico
Cave Tropical Night Lizard Mexico
Cayman Islands Ground Iguana Puerto Rico
Central American River Turtle Mexico
Central American Snapping Turtle Mexico
Ceron's Glass Lizard Mexico
Chaney's Spiny Lizard Mexico
Chiapan Pigmy Anole Mexico
Chihuahuan Fringe-toed Lizard Mexico
Chiszar's Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Clarion Island Whip Snake Mexico
Cloud Forest Parrot Snake Mexico
Coachella Valley Fringe-toed Lizard California
Coahuila Collared Lizard Mexico
Colorado Checkered Whiptail Colorado
Colorado Desert Fringe-toed Lizard California, Mexico
Concho Water Snake Texas
Cope's Mountain Meadow Snake Mexico
Cuatro Cienegas Slider Mexico
Cuatro Cienegas Softshell Turtle Mexico
Culebra Island Giant Anole USA (Puerto Rico - Culebra Island)
Desert Tortoise Arizona, California, Mexico, Nevada, Utah
Dunes Sagebrush Lizard New Mexico, Texas
Eastern Fox Snake Michigan, New York, Ohio
El Muerto Side-blotched Lizard Mexico
Enchanted Side-blotched Lizard Mexico
Eumeces dugesi Mexico
File-tailed Ground Snake Mexico
Flat-tailed Horned Lizard Arizona, California, Mexico
Flathead Knob-Scaled Lizard Mexico
Flattened Musk Turtle Alabama
Florida Sand Skink Florida
Florida Scrub Lizard Florida
Fringe-toed Sand Lizard Mexico
Furrowed Wood Turtle Mexico
Gaige's Tropical Night Lizard Mexico
Giant Garter Snake California
Giant Hispaniolan Galliwasp (1) Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico
Gila Monster Mexico, United States
Goldman's Bunchgrass Lizard Mexico
Gopher Tortoise Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina
Gray-checkered Whiptail New Mexico, Texas
Green Sea Turtle Florida, Mexico (nesting populations)
Hardy's Hooknose Snake Mexico
Herrera's Alligator Lizard Mexico
Herrera's Mud Turtle Mexico
Hidalgo Anole Mexico
Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle Tropical and temperate seas in Atlantic Basin, incl. Gulf of Mexico
Kirtland's Snake Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio
Largescale Spiny Lizard Mexico
Lipetz's Tropical Night Lizard Mexico
Little White Whiptail New Mexico
Loggerhead Sea Turtle Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America
Longtail Rattlesnake Mexico
Louisiana Pine Snake Louisiana, Texas
Marcella's Graceful Brown Snake Mexico
Matuda's Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Mexican Black-tailed Pit Viper Mexico
Mexican Ground Pit Viper Mexico
Mexican Horned Pitviper Mexico
Mexican Spotted Terrapin Mexico
Mexican Yellow-bellied Brown Snake Mexico
Mixtecan Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Mona Blind Snake Puerto Rico
Monito Gecko Puerto Rico
Morelet's Crocodile Mexico
Mount Zempoaltepec Alligator Lizard Mexico
Newman's Knob-Scaled Lizard Mexico
Northern Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Northern Chiapas Anole Mexico
Nuevo Leon Graceful Brown Snake Mexico
Oaxacan Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Oaxacan Coral Snake Mexico
Oaxacan Dwarf Boa Mexico
Oaxacan Spiny-tailed Iguana Mexico (Oaxaca)
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Mexico (nesting populations)
Ornate Slider Mexico
Ornate Spiny Lizard Mexico
Pacific Pond Turtle California, Mexico, Oregon, Washington
Panamint Alligator Lizard California
Plymouth Red-bellied Turtle Massachusetts
Potosi Centipede Snake Mexico
Puerto Rican Boa Puerto Rico
Pygmy Alligator Lizard Mexico
Queretaran Desert Lizard Mexico
Red-bellied Earth Runner Mexico
Reticulate Collared Lizard Mexico, Texas
Rhadinaea fulvivittis Mexico
Rhinoceros Iguana Puerto Rico
Rim Rock Crowned Snake Florida
Ringed Sawback Louisiana, Mississippi
Rodeck's Whiptail Mexico
Roughneck Alligator Lizard Mexico
Rowley's Palm Pit Viper Mexico
Royal Yarrow's Spiny Lizard Mexico
Ruthvens Kingsnake Mexico
San Esteban Island Chuckwalla Mexico
San Francisco Garter Snake California
San Lucan Leaf-toed Gecko Mexico
San Pedro Martir Side-blotched Lizard Mexico
San Pedro Martir Whiptail Mexico
Sandstone Night Lizard California
Santa Catalina Island Rattlesnake Mexico (Baja California Sur)
Santa Catalina Island Whiptail Mexico
Short-tailed Snake Florida
Sierra Juarez Alligator Lizard Mexico
Sonora Mud Turtle Arizona, Mexico, New Mexico
Southern Hog-nosed Snake United States
Spot-tailed Earless Lizard Mexico, Texas
Spotted Spiny Lizard Mexico
Spotted Turtle Canada, United States
Swollen-nosed Side-blotched Lizard Mexico
Tamaulipan Montane Garter Snake Mexico
Tancitaran Dusky Rattlesnake Mexico
Tantalophis discolor Mexico
Terrestrial Arboreal Alligator Lizard Mexico
Thamnophis scaliger Mexico
Todos Santos Island Kingsnake Mexico
Tuxtlan Earth Snake Mexico
Twin-spotted Tolucan Ground Snake Mexico
Urosaurus spp. (2) Mexico
Virgin Islands Tree Boa Puerto Rico
Wood Turtle Canada, United States
Xenosaurus grandis Mexico
Yaqui Slider Mexico
Yarrow's Blue-spotted Spiny Lizard Mexico
Yellow Blotched Sawback Mississippi
Yellow-Blotched Palm Pit Viper Mexico
Yellow-Lined Centipede Snake Mexico
Yucatan Spiny-tailed Iguana Mexico
Yuman Desert Fringe-toed Lizard Arizona, Mexico

**What reptiles are listed here?:

The North America section of this site lists the folllowing reptiles appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Reptiles that dwell in or migrate to any part of the North American continent, except Hawaii, which has its own section.
  • Reptiles of Greenland and adjacent Atlantic islands.
  • Reptiles of the Mexican Holarctic.
  • Reptiles of the Gulf of Maine.

This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About EEC page.

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