Rich Mountain Salamander

The Rich 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 Rich Mountain Salamander (Plethodon ouachitae) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Its natural habitat is temperate forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. More

status of the Rich Mountain salamander (Plethodon Ouachitae) in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation - Nongame Division. 40pp. USGS physiographic provinces: Ouachita-Interior Highlands, World Wide Web homepage. URL: More

Rich Mountain Salamander (Plethodon ouachitae) = Description Habitats Habits and Life History Prey and Hunting Techniques Temperament and Defense Conservation State Distribution and Abundance Gallery More

Rich Mountain Salamander (Plethodon oauchitae) LeFlore County, Oklahoma - June 2008 LeFlore County, Oklahoma - May 2003 LeFlore More

the smaller size of Rich Mountain salamanders, defense was successful largely due to its extremely aggressive nature (Anthony et al., 1997). More

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The Rich Mountain Salamander inhabits forested areas in the Ouachita Mountains at elevations usually ranging between 450 and 870 meters. It prefers to live under woody debris, where it feeds on small - 64. More

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this part of the Ouachita Mountains, the Rich Mountain Salamander is one of several Ouachita Mountain endemic salamander species inhabitating the region. Though I study birds, I have always been equally fascinated with salamanders. More

the Rich mountain salamander (Plethodon ouachitae), is known in the vicinity. Reptiles include the Eastern box turtle, five lizard species, and fourteen snake species (including three venemous- cottonmouth, copperhead, and timber rattlesnake). More

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Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Plethodon
Species : ouachitae
Authority : Dunn and Heinze, 1933