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Jefferson Salamander

Ambystoma jeffersonianum


dark brown, or black on its dorsal surface, but a lighter shade on its anterior.

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JasonMcilrath 12 years ago

not sure if there common but there hard for me to find.

JasonMcilrath 12 years ago

lol thank you

marylou.wildlife 12 years ago

Very cool salamander! It was put in the reptile category and needs to be moved to amphibian. I've made the mistake too because the reptile icon looks like a salamander :)

Darwin26 12 years ago

Wow - nice spotting. Are they common?

thank you,

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Indiana, USA

Spotted on Mar 22, 2009
Submitted on Nov 5, 2011

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