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Fire Salamander

Fire Salamander

Longtail Salamander

Longtail Salamander

"The bright markings of the fire salamander are thought to deter predators." C&E European Wildlife; www.bradtguides.com

"The bright markings of the fire salamander are thought to deter predators." C&E European Wildlife; www.bradtguides.com

Luristan Newt (aka Kaiser's Spotted Newt)    The luristan newt is a type of salamander and is endemic to the southern Zagros Mountains in Iran. The luristan newt is coveted in the pet trade — they were sold on a Ukraine website for $300 — and now only survives in captivity.

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Luristan Newt (aka Kaiser's Spotted Newt) The luristan newt is a type of salamander and is endemic to the southern Zagros Mountains in Iran. The luristan newt is coveted in the pet trade — they were sold on a Ukraine website for $300 — and now only survives in captivity.

Eurycea lucifuga: These salamanders are found in and around caves, seeps, springs, springhouses, and small forested limestone creeks associated with groundwater. Cave salamanders live in rock crevices or under rocks, logs, or other debris. The cave salamander is protected as an endangered species by the Ohio Division of Wildlife.

Eurycea lucifuga: These salamanders are found in and around caves, seeps, springs, springhouses, and small forested limestone creeks associated with groundwater. Cave salamanders live in rock crevices or under rocks, logs, or other debris. The cave salamander is protected as an endangered species by the Ohio Division of Wildlife.

A Marbled Salamander After My Own Heart - Another mole salamander much like the previously posted Barred Tiger Salamander is this Marbled Salamander. Both appear to be pretty happy fellows, judging from the large smile on this salamander's face and the Tiger's. However, unlike the Tiger Salamander which can grow up to 14 inches in length, the Marbled Salamander typically only reaches a measly 4 inches. Kind of a bust.

A Marbled Salamander After My Own Heart - Another mole salamander much like the previously posted Barred Tiger Salamander is this Marbled Salamander. Both appear to be pretty happy fellows, judging from the large smile on this salamander's face and the Tiger's. However, unlike the Tiger Salamander which can grow up to 14 inches in length, the Marbled Salamander typically only reaches a measly 4 inches. Kind of a bust.

Barred Tiger Salamander

Barred Tiger Salamander

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Longtail Salamander

Longtail Salamander

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