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 #1998683


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 Longtail salamander from the other day

Eurycea longicauda
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05/04/09  09:08pm

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Jonas77
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  Message To: Milkshake   In reference to Message Id: 1998683


 Longtail salamander from the other day

Sweet looking animal. Looks so "exotic"...
Do these have an aquatic mating period, or are they more terrestrial?



05/05/09  08:18am

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Milkshake
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  Message To: Jonas77   In reference to Message Id: 1998889


 Longtail salamander from the other day

yes,they would be aquatic sals
all euryceas are aquatic to my knowledge

definately one of my fav local sals



05/05/09  05:32pm

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Guido1090
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  Message To: Milkshake   In reference to Message Id: 1999150


 Longtail salamander from the other day

really cool! where do you normally find sals and like when? would i be able to find them easier right after it rains or does it not matter?

im just getting in to herping and i need some tips on where/when to find stuff



05/05/09  07:15pm


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