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The Regions of PARC - Midwest
Milk snakes, blue racers, Eastern spadefoot toads, blue spotted salamanders, painted turtles, and map turtles are only small pieces of the Midwest's herpetofaunal mosaic ...
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Photo Gallery/Amphibians: USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Photo Gallery/Amphibians: USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center back to the Patuxent homepage Spotted salamanders, Ambystoma maculatum, have been a focal species for amphibian monitoring at Patuxent for ... allowing them to survive cold temperatures while hibernating just under the leaf litter. Like spotted salamanders, these frogs have been a focal species for amphibian monitoring at Patuxent for ...
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EEK! - Join the Frog Chorus
They make a nocturnal migration from upland ... frogs, mink frogs, gray treefrogs, Pacific treefrogs, spring peepers, American toads, long-toed salamanders, tiger salamanders, and spotted salamanders. Reports of malformed amphibians are not new, but reports were not frequent ...
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Spotted Salamander - Ground Amphibian
The Spotted Salamanders diet includes insects, worms, slugs, spiders, and millipedes. Spotted salamanders’ numbers are stable throughout their range, ...
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How Do We Benefit From Our Forests?
Trees and soil play important ecological roles. Tree roots absorb soil nutrients and transport them ...
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EEK! - Critter Corner - Blue-spotted Salamander
Salamander . Blue-spotted Salamander Wisconsin status: common length: 3-5 inches This colorful critter is one of three Wisconsin species of mole salamanders. The mole salamanders (blue-spotted, spotted and tiger salamanders ... dryer conditions than most Wisconsin salamanders. So, you will often find them living in forests with sandy soils. The adult blue-spotted salamander eats many different ...
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The Giant Salamanders
The females lack cloacal sperm receptacles, which are present in all other families of salamanders. HELLBENDER(Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) "Ugly, slimy, and large". Hellbenders were once thought to be poisonous. ... The throat is more whitish. Specimens of the Cape Fear and Lumber systems are distinctly spotted, especially on the tail. The spots are smaller than those of the Carolina Mudpuppy ( ...
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Amphibia: Caudata (salamanders, newts, amphiuma, mudpuppies, waterdogs, sirens)
Salamanders Mertensiella caucasica Caucasian Salamander Genus Mesotriton (Bolkay, 1927) Alpine Newts Mesotriton alpestris Alpine Newt Genus Neurergus (Cope, 1862) Kurdistan Newts, Spotted Newts Neurergus crocatus Yellow Spotted Newt Neurergus kaiseri Kaiser's Spotted ...
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Ambystomatidae (Hallowell, 1856) Mole Salamanders
Ambystomatidae (Gray, 1850) Mole Salamanders Mole Salamanders are medium sized to large terrestrial salamanders found exclusively in North America, and characterized by ... granulosum Granular Salamander Ambystoma jeffersonianum Jefferson's Salamander Ambystoma laterale Blue-Spotted Salamander none Ambystoma leorae Leora's Salamander none Ambystoma lermaense ...
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Herper.com: Reptiles and Amphibians: Hungry Salamanders
Amphibians: Hungry Salamanders Herper.com: Reptiles and Amphibians Reptiles and Amphibians in the News Tuesday, August 28, 2007 Hungry Salamanders Research shows that some spotted salamander larvae bulk up as quickly as possible in order to outgrow predatory marbled salamanders. (News source.) Labels: research ...
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