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Red-spotted Newt

Notopthalmus viridescens


Walking across the road. Moved to the other side. So amazingly cute.

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Red spotted newt (red eft)
Notophthalmus viridescens Eastern newt

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John G. Phillips
John G. Phillips 9 years ago

Umaporn, newts can be poisonous to many animals. The bright red-orange serves as aposematic coloration to broadcast this to predators.

UmapornSarasat 10 years ago

it is poison?

LauraMaria 10 years ago

Oooh I think it's a juvenile red spotted newt! They are terrestrial in between being larvae and adults. Also known as a red eft in this stage. What a colour!! And fabulous spotting

AnnvanWijgerden 10 years ago

What a colour!

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Pomfret, Vermont, USA

Spotted on Sep 5, 2011
Submitted on Sep 5, 2011

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