Larch mountain salamander

The Larch mountain 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.

Larch Mountain salamanders occasionally have been found in other habitats such as at the entrance to an ice cave (Aubry et al., 1987) and in forested situations apparently no longer associated with exposed talus (Jones and Bury, 1983). More

The Larch Mountain salamander is also receiving special treatment in Habitat Conservation Plans that apply to lands in the south Cascades of Washington. More

The Larch Mountain salamander occurs in the Cascade Mountains of southern Washington and northern Oregon. In Washington, it occurs from the Columbia River Gorge to just north of Snoqualmie Pass. More

The Larch Mountain salamander (Plethodon larselli) is a species endemic to the Pacific Northwest that faces considerable threats due to habitat destruction. More

Survey Protocol for Larch Mountain Salamander (Plethodon larselli) Charles M. Crisafulli, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Mount St. More

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Larch Mountain Salamander (Plethodon larselli) More Pictures ( larselli.jpg range Some text to make the picture show up. More

Norte, Siskiyou Mountains and Larch Mountain salamanders occur in talus, while the Shasta salamander is generally found in limestone outcrops (FEMAT 1993; Standards and Guidelines, USDA and USDI 1994; Species Analysis Team 1994, Final SEIS). More

Larch Mountain Salamander (Plethodon larselli) More Pictures ( larselli. More

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Larch Mountain salamander faces a variety of threats across its range depending on different land ownerships and land management activities. More

Utilization by the Larch Mountain Salamander (Plethodon larselli). (Abstract). Presented at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists League and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Salt Lake City, UT. Herrington, R. E. and J. H. Larsen, Jr. 1985. More

Larch Mountain Salamander - Plethodon larselli This small salamander shares its habitat with poisonous millipedes, which coil up when they are uncovered under forest debris. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Plethodon
Species : larselli
Authority : Burns, 1953