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Revised checklist of the vertebrates of Indiana

, : Revised checklist of the vertebrates of Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 111(2): 182-214

The vertebrate fauna of Indiana recorded since the time of European settlement numbers 208 fish, 38 amphibian, 54 reptilian, 401 avian, and 68 mammalian species. Currently, 19 fish, 9 amphibian, 16 reptilian, 44 avian, and 13 mammalian species within the political boundaries of Indiana require protection due to man's impact. Within the last 200 years, 26 native vertebrate species in Indiana have become extinct or extirpated. These include 6 fish, 1 reptilian, 8 avian, and 11 mammalian species. The present vertebrate fauna of Indiana has 203 fish, 38 amphibian, 53 reptilian, 393 avian, and 57 mammalian species.


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