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Red Salamander

Pseudotriton ruber

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Noah Fields
Noah Fields 8 years ago

Haha Shannon! Thanks guys!

CarolSnowMilne 8 years ago


Josh Asel
Josh Asel 8 years ago

very nice spotting congrats!

Liam 8 years ago

Nice spotting, Noah! Congrats on SOTD!

Randy Burns
Randy Burns 8 years ago

Great shot and congrats on SOTD!

Jeannette 8 years ago

Congratulations :D

Congratulations Noah !

Maria dB
Maria dB 8 years ago

Congratulations - really nice shot!

NuwanChathuranga 8 years ago

Congratulations !

LisaPowers 8 years ago

Congratulations Noah on your SOTD! Awesome spotting!

Jolly Ibañez
Jolly Ibañez 8 years ago

Congratulations NoahFields. Awesome spotting.

Jacob Gorneau
Jacob Gorneau 8 years ago

Congratulations, Noah! What a beautiful salamander!

Wild Things
Wild Things 8 years ago

Amazing!! Congrats!

AmirSohail 8 years ago

congrats for this , i love all creeping animals including this red salamandar

JillBlack 8 years ago

Congratulations Noah beautiful colour

YukoChartraw 8 years ago

Beautiful red salamander! Congratulations!

LeanneGardner 8 years ago

Congratulations Noah. Beautiful creature :)

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 8 years ago

Congratulations wonderful spotting :)

Congratulations Noah Citizen for the SOTD,gorgeous salamander,perfect photo and great spotting page,congrats again and thanks for sharing

peter 8 years ago

Thanks for sharing this wonderful encounter with us, Noah. Congrats on a well deserved spotting of the day!


"We just love this brightly colored Red Salamander, spotted a few days ago in the Georgia, USA. Found in the eastern United States, the Red Salamander can be found in both terrestrial or aquatic environments. This salamander is a carnivore, feeding on small insects, worms, and other invertebrates, and occasionally smaller salamanders. They play a significant ecological role as predators, prey, and cyclers of nutrients in the woodland and stream habitats they live in."

ShannonE 8 years ago

Love it. Still as great a shot now as it was when I saw your post on r/herpetology! ;)

Noah Fields
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Noah Fields

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Nov 22, 2012
Submitted on Nov 22, 2012

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