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Western Slimy Salamander

Plethodon albagula


Long, slender body with a long tail and bulbous eyes. They are black with white markings on the sides.


There are two distinct populations, this one coming from the one in south-central Texas. They are usually found under rocks or leaf litter in moist areas.

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1 Comment

Cody.conway 8 years ago

Don't pick it up ;-) They call them Slimy for a reason

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Texas, USA

Spotted on Mar 16, 2012
Submitted on Oct 12, 2012


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