Globally near threatened (NT) (Source: IUCN Red List)

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    • Ambystoma barbouri
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    • Streamside Salamander

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Recent observations

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What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

lssecrist

Date

April 3, 2014 09:53 PM EDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Small salamander found on concrete driveway after heavy rain.

Photos / Sounds

What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

johnpclare

Date

February 10, 2013

Description

Adults and eggs in headwater stream.

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

ilovesquirrels

Date

January 31, 2013 07:06 PM EST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

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What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

damien

Date

May 18, 2012

Photos / Sounds

What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

corychia

Date

March 4, 2012

Description

9:30am

Where the water wasn’t pooled the creek was only about a meter wide. I found 2 streamside sals here, and one rock with two sets of eggs.

I didn’t travel very far as I would have liked along the stream because after a while I was in people’s backyards.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

mikeygraz

Date

February 18, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Streamside Salamander Ambystoma barbouri

Observer

mikeygraz

Date

August 16, 2010

Place

Clarksville, OH (Google, OSM)
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Description from Wikipedia

The streamside salamander can be found in upland deciduous forest in regions of rolling topography, mostly in areas with limestone bedrock, a few in noncalcareous regions with sandstone and shale. Adults are usually found underground, under rocks, leaves, logs, etc. It breeds most frequently in first- and second-order streams, and typically deposits eggs singly on the undersides of flat rocks in pools and (less often) runs. Less frequently, it breeds in ponds. Reproducton is most successful...

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Conservation Summary

Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.