Cheat Mountain Salamander

The Cheat 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.

The Cheat Mountain salamander (Plethodon nettingi ) is a small, threatened woodland salamander found only on Cheat Mountain, and a few nearby mountains, in the eastern highlands of West Virginia. More

Cheat Mountain Salamander is the most unique of these four trains. It is closer in-look to a trolley than a traditional train. Unlike the other three classic trains, the Salamander is a reproduction. More

Cheat Mountain Salamander (Plethodon nettingi) Cheat Mountain Salamanders are similar in size to Red-backed Salamanders but have a uniformly dark brown or black dorsum that is usually dotted with numerous brassy or white flecks. They lack a dorsal stripe. More

Cheat Mountain salamander are now on the federal list of threatened and endangered species. Today, about 40,000 acres of second and third-growth spruce remain in West Virginia , much of that in the Cheat Mountain landscape. More

travel round-trip on the Cheat Mountain Salamander,a replica of a 1922 Edwards Railway Motor Car which travels through the Monongahela National Forest. You return to Snowshoe for the evening. Day Nine, Monday, October 20 (B,L) Frontier Culture Museum; Blue Ridge Parkway; into Charlottesville VA. More

Status: The Cheat Mountain salamander has been listed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as threatened throughout its range since 1989. West Virginia Status: The Cheat Mountain salamander is one of 30 species of salamanders known to occur in West Virginia. More

conserving the Cheat Mountain salamander an integral part of the planning process, resulting in significant habitat identification and protection. More

The Cheat Mountain Salamander is endemic to the high mountains of West Virginia. It is one of the smaller woodland salamander species. It is black or dark brown with brassy or silvery flecks above and uniformly dark gray on the underside. More

Cheat Mountain salamander (Plethodon nettingi) - Kingdom: Animalia Class: Amphibia Order: Caudata Family: Plethodontidae Listing Status: Quick links:Federal RegisterRecoveryCritical HabitatConservation PlansPetitionsLife HistoryOther Resources Lead Region: Northeast Region (Region 5) More

* Two Train Excursions Cheat Mountain Salamander The Durbin Rocket * Three Music Shows American Mountain Theatre Variety Show "American Music Through the Ages" Bluegrass with a Twist Dinner Show Package at a Glance * More

The Cheat Mountain salamander is one of 30 species of salamanders in West Virginia. It is unique because it is only found in WV and nowhere else. It belongs to a group of salamanders known as woodland salamanders. More

known total range and has located Cheat Mountain salamanders in 60 disjunct populations. They are fairly abundant in some populations but appear to be scarce in others. 3. Life History Features. Their life history and biology have been summarized by Green and Pauley (1987) and Petranka (1998). More

for the Cheat Mountain Salamander and the Cheat Mountain Club on the Left, take that Left onto USFS Road 235. More

Cheat Mountain Salamanders and studying them for my masters, he was thinking of the rail idea of the salamander. June, 2009. To take full advantage of Flickr, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser and install the latest version of the Macromedia Flash Player. More

Abstract: The federally threatened Cheat Mountain salamander (Plethodon nettingi; hereafter CMS) is known to occur at approximately 70 small, scattered sites in the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia. More

2 AMERICAN MOUNTAIN THEATER / CHEAT MOUNTAIN SALAMANDER / DURBIN ROCKET / DINNER / AMERICAN MOUNTAIN THEATER: This morning we enjoy “American Music Through the Ages” at the American Mountain Theater then board the one-ofa- kind Cheat Mountain Salamander to the High Falls of the Cheat River. More

The Cheat Mountain salamander is endemic to West Virginia. The entire range of this species is 2400 square kilometers (935 square miles). Within this area there exist many disjunct populations, ie., they are not in contact with each other. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Plethodon
Species : nettingi
Authority : Green, 1938