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TommyCopes Salamander
Salamander commented on by TommyCopes Tennessee, USA9 years ago

It looks like some type of dusky salamander look in a field guide under that and see if you can find any thing

TommyCopes Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by TommyCopes Pinecrest, Florida, USA9 years ago

Try the reptile category

TommyCopes Spring Peeper
Spring Peeper commented on by TommyCopes New York, USA9 years ago

I don't think your id is correct

TommyCopes Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by TommyCopes Norton, Ohio, USA9 years ago

Two lined salamander notice the black on each side they are breeding now if not finished that's why it was under a rock you should probably find eggs close

TommyCopes Red eared slider turtle
Red eared slider turtle commented on by TommyCopes Los Angeles, California, USA9 years ago

Needs to be but in reptile category

TommyCopes Fowler's toad
Fowler's toad commented on by TommyCopes Florida, USA9 years ago

It is a fowlers road because there are more the. 2 warts per spot

TommyCopes Eastern Newt (Terrestrial Juvenile Stage)
Eastern Newt (Terrestrial Juvenile Stage) commented on by TommyCopes Watertown, New York, USA9 years ago

It's known as the red eft stage of an eastern newt the bright coloring is to warn off anything that might want to eat it because it is very poisonous

TommyCopes Brown Snake
Brown Snake commented on by TommyCopes Virginia, USA9 years ago

Queen water snake

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