Identifying Salamanders

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REMAINING number with state Batrachoseps pacificus complex allozyme type 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 Body bottom main color. Dark 81 Light 53 Yellow 16 .FIELD. IDENTIFICATION of. MarkTegges. John White. E. Talmage. ID: 6.4-11.5 cm Gray or brown. It has a pale line from its eye to the angle of the jaw. Matt Herpjournal.com. John White. ID: 6.4-9.5 cm Slender with a broad, yellowish backe from its snout to the tip of the. Brian R. Red Salamander:.With salamander diversity reaching its peak in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, deciphering between more than 30 species can be daunting, but Dr. William Sutton of Tennessee State University is here to help. No place on Earth has more salamander species than Great Smoky .How to Identify Salamander Types. Take pictures of different salamanders. Marshy areas and places close to water are good places to look for salamanders. The salamander will be one of three types. The second type of salamander is se.quatic. The third type of salamander you may encounter is the totally terrestrial .

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