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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

What

Long-toed Salamander Ambystoma macrodactylum

Observer

gshugart

Date

February 12, 2016 08:51 PM PST

Description

1 dead on south edge of road, green back "stripe" not as obvious in picture as on specimen

Photos / Sounds

What

Long-toed Salamander Ambystoma macrodactylum

Observer

gshugart

Date

February 11, 2016 08:56 PM PST

Description

one live lt salamander crossing the road, made it and crawled away in the dark before I got a picture; one dead, smashed but green head and back marking (although the green doesn't show well in image), intercostal grooves (ventral image) excludes other possibilities; the 4th hind toe not especially long, but in looking through the substantial collection here at the Slater Museum smaller individuals have equal length hind 3rd & 4th toes, not sure when the longer 4th develops.

Photos / Sounds

What

Northwestern Salamander Ambystoma gracile

Observer

gshugart

Date

February 11, 2016 10:02 AM PST

Description

Id confirmed, large parotid glands, large size (~100 mm SVL, 180 mm total est for missing part of tail), smashed on west edge of road; NW I've seen in surveys of Christensen Pond are neotenic, first terrestrial I've seen

Photos / Sounds

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What

Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum

Observer

bluets15

Date

February 10, 2016 03:04 PM EST

Photos / Sounds

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What

Northwestern Salamander Ambystoma gracile

Observer

jbaker5446

Date

February 5, 2016 03:37 PM PST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

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What

Northwestern Salamander Ambystoma gracile

Observer

vncdatatech01

Date

July 12, 2014

Photos / Sounds

What

Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum

Observer

matthewherron

Date

February 7, 2016 12:07 PM CST

Photos / Sounds

What

Long-toed Salamander Ambystoma macrodactylum

Observer

gshugart

Date

February 5, 2016 07:47 PM PST

Description

1 alive, 1 dead; Rain started~ 17:00 but only for an hour, was 55 d F but dropped to 48 by 20:00

Photos / Sounds

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What

Marbled Salamander Ambystoma opacum

Observer

thomas_belford

Date

February 5, 2016

Description

Single specimen was observed beneath a log.

Photos / Sounds

What

Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum

Observer

trichomanes

Date

February 3, 2016 03:53 PM CST

Photos / Sounds

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What

Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum

Observer

aprilkoch83

Date

February 4, 2016 09:49 AM EST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

What

Blue-spotted Salamander Ambystoma laterale

Observer

dmh

Date

September 2, 2014
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Description from Wikipedia

The mole salamanders (genus Ambystoma) are a group of salamanders endemic to North America, the only genus in the family Ambystomatidae. The group has become famous due to the presence of the axolotl (A. mexicanum), widely used in research, and the tiger salamander (A. tigrinum, A. mavortium) which is the official amphibian of many states, and often sold as a pet.

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