Green salamander

The Green salamander is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

The green salamander (Aneides aeneus) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and rocky areas. It is threatened by habitat loss. More

The Green Salamander (Aneides aeneus) is distributed from central Alabama to southwestern Pennsylvania along the Appalachian Plateau. A separate and smaller cluster of populations, or More

Green Salamander is difficult to confuse with any of Ohio’s other salamander species. Adult size is 3.5-6.25.” Other characteristics of the species include squared toe tips, a flattened body, and long legs. More

Within the Midwest the Green Salamander is found in Ohio and Indiana. It is listed as State Endangered in both states. Ecology Living in rocky outcrops with deep crevices, the Green Salamander must remain in areas that are moist but not wet. More

when they are not hiding, Green Salamanders can be hard to see; their bodies are patterned like lichen (a spongelike plant that grows on trees and rocks), which camouflages them on the rocky habitats where they roam. More

Species Description: Green salamanders may attain a total length of 5 inches (12.7 cm). They are dark brown to black with green, lichen-like patches over the body, head, legs, and tail. Their bellies are pale and unmarked. There are 14 to 15 costal grooves. More

The Green Salamander: A Story of Love and Hate in Which Love Triumphs. Hill, Pamela Bookseller: Manny Recidro Books (San Diego, CA, U.S.A.) Bookseller Rating: 5-star rating Quantity Available: 1 Book Description: St. Martin's Press, NY, 1977., 1977. Hardcover. More

Description: The green salamander has an unmistakeable lichen-like pattern of green or yellow-green on a dark background. This salamander is laterally flattened and has squared toe tips. Habitat/Range: Green salamanders typically inhabit moist, shady crevices in cliffs and rock faces. More

The Green Salamander is a small to medium salamander reaching lengths around 3-5 inches. This small flattened salamander is dark in color with green or yellow lichen-like markings on back. The toes webbed and squared at the tips . More

Green salamanders are about 5 inches in length. Their greenish color makes them easy to identify. The ventral surface is pale and unmarked. Flattened head and body along with expanded toe tips are modifications for climbing on trees and rocks. More

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Green salamanders are one of the most unique salamander species in the eastern United States. They represent the only member of the “climbing family” of salamanders (genus Aneides) east of the Rocky Mountains. More

This Green Salamander is perfectly camouflaged with the natural debris of the forest floor. This photo was taken in the Cumberland Mountains of middle Tennessee. The Green Salamander is nocturnal salamander, at night he hunts for mosquitoes, ants and beetles. More

Habitat: Green Salamanders are found along and within limestone and sandstone rock outcrops and occasionally on trees near these formations. They live within the rock crevices, coming out at night to forage on the rock face. More

green salamander, ANEIDES AENEUS, in Kentucky. J. Tennessee Acad. Sci. 66:171-174. - 10 March 2005 This data was compiled and/or developed by the North Carolina GAP Analysis Project. More

Product Details The Green Salamander The Story of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox by Pamela Hill (Hardcover - 1985)1 used from $30. More

The Green Salamander (Aneides aeneus) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Aneides
Species : aeneus
Authority : (Cope and Packard, 1881)