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Yellow-Spotted Salamander (egg mass)

Ambystoma maculatum

Description:

Egg mass of the Yellow-spotted Salamander. They have jelly-covered eggs, singly or in clumps.These eggs hatch into larvae or tadpoles, which usually breath by means of gills and spend much or all of their life in water.

Habitat:

quiet water or on moist leaf mold.

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Averill, Vermont, USA

Spotted on Jun 1, 2015
Submitted on Jun 1, 2015

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