Yellow-spotted Salamander

The Yellow-spotted Salamander is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

Yellow-spotted Salamanders have been reported in the stomach contents of Brook Trout. Many types of wetland serve as breeding sites, including old wells. More

Yellow-spotted salamanders usually gather in woodland ponds or roadside ditches to breed. Likes to Eat: These salamanders feed on worms, beetle larvae and small insects that live in the leaf litter of the forest floor. More

The mating process for the yellow-spotted salamanders is far more complicated than one might imagine. More

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Frogs and Yellow-spotted Salamanders, whose eggs are readily found in early spring. Many amphibian eggs can be identified by the time of year they appear, whether they are laid in masses, the number of eggs per mass, and the shape of the egg mass. More

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Order : Caudata
Family : Hynobiidae
Genus : Pseudohynobius
Species : flavomaculatus
Authority : Hu and Fei in Hu, Fei and Ye, 1978