The pond breeders
Six species of amphibian are considered native to Southeast Alaska. Three anurans (the order of frogs and toads) are western toad, wood frog, and Columbia spotted frog. Three known caudates (the order of newts and salamanders) include rough-skinned newt, long-toed salamander, and northwestern salamander.
In addition to these native species, two frogs from the Pacific Northwest have been introduced: Pacific chorus frog and red-legged frog.
The report Bob Armstrong, Mary Willson and I submitted to Fish & Game in 2003 is now more than a decade old, but remains the best reference on habitat relations and life histories for the known Southeast Alaskan amphibians.