Mole Salamander

mole salamander

North Georgia Naturalist: Mole Salamander - New County Record

It was even a nasty night for many nocturnal creatures, unless of course, you are a salamander. Not just any salamander, but a MOLE SALAMANDER. Interestingly, this wet humid night had warm enough temperatures to trigger breeding for at ...

Publish Date: 01/04/2011 20:12

http://northgeorgianaturalist.blogspot.com/2011/01/mole-salamander-murray-county_7469.html

Montegraphia « A day-time view of the Salamander Pool

Exploring the vernal pool we generally observe mole salamanders in during the day didn't yield any salamanders, but it was interesting to see countless spermatophores left over from the previous night's activity. ...

Publish Date: 03/21/2011 7:36

http://www.montegraphia.com/?p=4814

Captina Creek: Spotted Salamanders

Spotted salamanders are members of the mole salamander family along with Jefferson salamanders (Ambystoma jeffersonianum) and the marbled salamanders (Ambystoma opacum) which also occur in eastern Ohio. Few people ever see mole ...

Publish Date: 03/25/2011 15:35

http://captinacreekwatershed.blogspot.com/2011/03/spotted-salamanders.html

Mole Salamander with Earthshine Nature's Wild Adventures with Steve



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