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N 0 B 0 C 0 E Oct 11, 2019 F Oct 20, 2019
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Amoung Ambystomid salamanders, Ringed Salamanders exhibit a unique long slender body type that they share with the closely related, Federally Threated, Flatwoods Salamander.

Tags:   annulatum nature Caudata Jacob Loyacano Salamander animal Arkansas migration wildlife AR ouachitas Salamander crossing road road cruising amphibian ozarks ambystoma annulatum ringed salamander Amphibia Ambystoma Mole Salamander

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This small species of salamander is associated with rocky habitats in Oklahoma, MIssouri, and Arkansas.

Tags:   Many-ribbed salamanders (Eurycea multiplicata) wildlife Eurycea Eurycea multiplicata nature Caudata amphibian Jacob Loyacano herp Salamander Amphibia herping animal

N 0 B 0 C 0 E Oct 11, 2019 F Oct 20, 2019
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Ouachita Dusky Salamanders are commonly found in streams throughout the Ouachita Mountains .

Tags:   Arkansas Desmognathus wildlife Ouachita Dusky Salamander ouachitas Ouachita Dusky Salamander (Desmognathus brimleyorum) Caudata Jacob Loyacano Salamander herp Dusky Salamander amphbian Desmognathus brimleyorum) herping

N 0 B 0 C 0 E Oct 12, 2019 F Oct 20, 2019
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The Rich Mountain Salamander is found throughout the Ouachita Mountains in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. It is found most commonly on north facing slopes in wet seeping areas. It can also be found crossing rods in abundance in the right conditions.

Tags:   Arkansas Amphibia amphibian wildlife AR ouachitas nature Caudata Jacob Loyacano ozarks herp Salamander Rich Mountain salamander (Plethodon ouachitae) herps Plethodon

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The Rich Mountain Salamander is found throughout the Ouachita Mountains in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. It is found most commonly on north facing slopes in wet seeping areas. It can also be found crossing rods in abundance in the right conditions.

Tags:   Arkansas Salamander Amphibia wildlife AR ouachitas nature Caudata amphibian ozarks herp herps Rich Mountain salamander (Plethodon ouachitae) Jacob Loyacano Plethodon


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