Species Profile
California Tiger Salamander
Species Details
Common NameCalifornia Tiger Salamander
Scientific NameAmbystoma Californiense
Federal Listing StatusThreatened ,Endangered
Federal Regulating AgencyU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
State Listing StatusSpecies of Special Concern (CA)
State Regulating AgencyCalifornia Department of Fish and Game
IUCN Red List StatusVulnerable A2c (2004)
Banks
- Alton North Conservation Bank
- Alton South Conservation Bank
- Burke Ranch Conservation Bank
- Byron Conservation Bank
- Carinalli-Todd Road Mitigation Bank
- Drayer Ranch Conservation Bank
- Elsie Gridley Mitigation Bank
- Fitzgerald Ranch Conservation Bank
- Gill Ranch Preserve Conservation Bank
- Great Valley Conservation Bank at Flynn Ranch
- Hale Conservation Bank
- Hazel Mitigation Bank
- Laguna Mitigation Bank
- Martin Conservation Bank
- Muzzy Ranch Conservation Bank Phase 1
- Noonan Ranch Conservation Bank
- North Suisun Mitigation Bank
- Ohlone Preserve Conservation Bank
- Sand Creek Conservation Bank
- Slippery Rock Conservation Bank
- Southwest Santa Rosa Plains Vernal Pool Preservation Bank
- Swift/Turner Conservation Bank
- Vieira-Sandy Mush Road Conservation Bank
- Wright Preservation Bank

Species Range
California tiger salamanders are restricted to vernal pools and seasonal ponds, including many constructed stockponds, in grassland and oak savannah plant communities from sea level to about 1,500 feet in central California. In the Coastal region, populations are scattered from Sonoma County in the northern San Francisco Bay Area to Santa Barbara County, and in the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada foothills from Yolo to Kern counties.
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