Salamander, Newt & Toad Fencing
Our comprehensive range of salamander, newt and toad fencing is the most reliable permanent and temporary fencing available for every situation.
Animex optimizes snakes natural behaviors to encourage safe and fast movement away from unwanted areas and inhibits climbing or entanglement unlike mesh or silt fencing.
Installation Guides & Specifications
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In compliance with environmental guidance and legislation from across the world including: Special-Status Species (SSS), Species At Risk (SAR) guidelines & more...
They also provide equipment lists and step-by-step installation guides showing how to install them as free-standing fences or how to attach to existing fence types.
If you believe your target species needs something different then please let us know.
Cost & Material Comparison
Detailed comparison for commonly used temporary fencing materials.
Help us reduce plastic waste and pollution in sensitive environmental areas by choosing Animex.
Animal safe (no mesh)
Made from 100% recycled plastic
Extremely durable (weather & vegetation cutting)
- Location: Portrero Hills, CA
- Species: California Tiger Salamanders (Ambystoma californiense)
- Fence: AMX T30 (Free Standing)
We installed a permanent exclusion fence for Waste Connections to prevent California Tiger Salamanders from re-entering an area that was designated to be used as an extension to an existing landfill. The previous fencing had deteriorated and was considered redundant so the new low-profile Animex will ensure that the salamanders are kept off of the site during the new expansion.
Top Salamander, Toad & Newt Species List
Special-Status Species (SSS)
- Arroyo toad Anaxyrus californicus
- Houston toad Bufo houstonensis
- Wyoming toad Bufo hemiophrys baxteri
- Yosemite toad Anaxyrus canorus
- Reticulated flatwoods salamander Ambystoma bishopi
- California tiger salamander Ambystoma californiense
- Marbled salamander Ambystoma opacum
UK & Europe
European Protected Species (EPS)
- Great crested newt Triturus cristatus
- Natterjack toad Epidalea calamita
- European fire-bellied toad Bombina bombina
- Yellow-bellied toad Bombina variegata
- European green toad Bufo viridis
- Common spadefoot Pelobates fuscus
- Marbled newt Triturus marmoratus
Species at Risk (SAR)
- Fowler’s toad Anaxyrus fowleri
- Great Basin spadefoot Spea intermontana
- Great plains toad Anaxyrus cognatus
- Western toad Anaxyrus boreas
- Jefferson salamander Ambystoma jeffersonianum
- Western tiger salamander Ambystoma mavortium
- Eastern tiger salamander Ambystoma tigrinum
Rest of world
Key Target Species
- Western leopard toad Sclerophrys pantherina (ZSA)
- Montevideo redbelly toad Melanophryniscus montevidensis (BRA, URY)
- Pebas stubfoot toad Atelopus spumarius (BRA, COL, ECU +)
- Cope’s toad Rhinella diptycha (BRA, ARG, PRY, URY, BOL)
- Torres redbelly toad Melanophryniscus macrogranulosus (BRA)
- Formosan salamander Hynobius formosanus (TWN)
- Sonan’s / Taichu salamander Hynobius sonani (TWN)