Red salamander

The Red salamander is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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The red salamander (Pseudotriton ruber) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States. Its skin is orange/red in colour with random black spots. More

Red Salamander, Pseudotriton ruber - Northern Red Salamander The Red Salamander, Pseudotriton ruber, is divided up into four subspecies. Unless otherwise indicated, the photos shown here are of the Northern Red Salamander, P. r. ruber. More

The Northern Red Salamander is a stout-bodied, bright reddish-orange salamander with small irregular black spots and a yellow iris. The lower sides and belly are light salmon or red, and the lower jaw may have dark spotting. More

spring and red salamanders, will even eat other salamanders. Salamanders are equally important as food for many other animals, such as raccoons, opossums, bears, mink, river otter, frogs and snakes. In some places they are the most abundant vertebrate animals in the forest. More

The red salamander is far more common in our region than its close relative, the mud salamander. It is also usually larger, growing for up to two and a half years before undergoing metamorphosis at a greater size (more than 2 inches, snout to vent). More

Conservation: Red Salamander populations rely on sources of groundwater, such as springs, seeps, and headwater streams. Their permeable skin makes them especially susceptible to pollution, such as pesticides, herbicides, runoff, and acid mine drainage. More

The northern red salamander is red or reddish-orange in color with irregular, rounded black dots on its back. Adults have: * A yellow iris. * Five toes on hind limbs and four toes on fore limbs. More

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Northern red salamanderRed is the primary body color. Even so, variations occur and it can be reddish brown to orange-brown. The adults tend to be darker than the young. The sides shade toward a lighter tone as they approach an even lighter belly. More

Red salamanders seem to have a definite seasonal pattern of habitat use. During the spring and summer the adults are usually found in terrestrial situations such as woods or open fields under cover objects. More

The northern red salamander (Pseudotriton ruber ruber) is easy to identify. It is a bright red with black spots and its eyes are a bright yellow. Older adults loose some of their brightness and look sometimes even purplish. More

Red salamanders have gold or yellowish eyes and slightly longer snouts, while mud salamanders have brown eyes and blunter, shorter snouts. Larvae can get very large and typically have a grey or light brown base color. More

Northern Red Salamander larva (probable) - Pseudotriton ruber Northern Red Salamander larva (probable) - Pseudotriton ruber Northern Red Salamander - Pseudotriton ruber Northern Red Salamander - Pseudotriton ruber Northern Dusky Salamander - Desmognathus fuscus Northern Dusky Salamander - Desmognathus fuscus More

Red salamanders occur mainly in the eastern half of Ohio, with the exception of a small colony reported in the vicinity of Cincinnati. More

Blue Ridge red salamander (Pseudotriton ruber nitidus) = Photos Distribution Map Distribution Map Characteristics - This subspecies of the northern red More

The red salamanders do not have lungs when they are adults. They breathe through their skin or the lining in their mouth. When they reach maturity they have vividly red skin, which fades as they age. More

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The northern red salamander is either a bright coral red, in juveniles, or dark cloudy red adults. Northern red salamanders are stout-bodied, have a short fleshy tail, and they have many black dots on their surface. They have 16 or 17 coastal grooves. More

Picture of Pseudotriton ruber has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
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Author: Brian Gratwicke
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Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Pseudotriton
Species : ruber
Authority : (Latreille,1801)