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Western Long Toed Salamander

Ambystoma macrodactylum macrodactylum


Small salamander, only reaching 6 inches in length. Black or dark grey body with distinctive gold or green stripe down the back and white flecks on stomach


Rotten logs or other moist environments with plenty of small bugs and worms.

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baileykatz00 10 years ago

soooooo COOOOOOOOOOL!!!!

ElsiOuzts 10 years ago

I love the Northwest, even when it's raining. I hope I never have to leave!

KatHulaParks 10 years ago

That is so cool! There is only one native Sallie in Arizona and it's protected. I miss the NW US, but only during the summer. :)

Interesting spotting ElsiOuzts,congrats,thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah.
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Enjoy yourself,see you arround

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Washington, USA

Spotted on Jan 21, 2013
Submitted on Jan 21, 2013

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