Limestone salamander

The Limestone salamander is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Limestone Salamander (Hydromantes brunus) is a lungless salamander, found in a portion of the Merced River Canyon in Mariposa County, California. While Hydromantes is composed of three species found in the United States; H. platycephalus and H. More

Limestone salamanders are in the plethodontid family, which is a family of lungless salamanders. They are able to breathe through their thin, moist skin. Limestone salamanders are 3 to 4 inches in length and are brown above and pale below. More

limestone salamander - similar to Shasta salamander; lives in cliff crevices and talusesHydromantes brunusweb-toed salamander - any of several salamanders with webbed toes and very long extensile tongues; excellent climbers that move with ease over smooth rock surfaces How to thank TFD for More

Designated in 1986 as the Limestone Salamander Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC), these BLM-administered lands encompass 1,600 acres of confirmed and potential limestone salamander habitat and adjacent BLM lands along the Merced River and its tributaries in western Mariposa County. More

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the limestone salamander has a small, specialized range, and in this case, habitat too fragile for human visitors. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Hydromantes
Species : brunus
Authority : Gorman, 1954