Other species observed in the cave entrance or within the cave interior that should be classified as accidentals include American Toad, Western Ratsnake, Common Gartersnake, Snapping Turtle, Eastern Box Turtle, Painted Turtle, and Pond Slider.
Cave Cave Wooded Perimeter Species Entrance Interior Sinkhole Area Blanchard's Cricket Frog X X X American Toad X X X X Fowler's Toad X Gray Treefrog complex X X X Plains Leopard Frog X X X X American Bullfrog X X X X Pickerel Frog X X X X Southern Leopard Frog X X X Spring Peeper X X X X Western Chorus Frog X X Eastern Spadefoot X X X Long-tailed Salamander X X X Northern Slimy Salamander X X Copperhead X X North American Racer X X Milksnake X Common Watersnake X Rough Greensnake X Western Ratsnake X X X Dekay's Brownsnake X Common Gartersnake X X X Broad-headed Skink X X Painted Turtle X X Common Snapping Turtle X Eastern Box Turtle X X Pond Slider X Total (26) 14 11 13 24
Male northern map turtles (Graptemys geographica) and pond sliders (Trachemys scripta) were identified by the presence of thick tails with the cloaca beyond the edge of the carapace (Ernst et al.
Basking traps captured only pond sliders and northern map turtles.
Likewise, male pond sliders were twice as abundant as females in hoop-net catches ([x.