Gulf coast waterdog

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

Gulf coast waterdogs grow to lengths of 6-8.5 inches and are an overall brown in color, with lighter brown and black speckling. Due to their entirely aquatic nature, their legs are short, with four-toed feet. More

The Gulf Coast Waterdog can usually be found hiding under rocks in slow-moving bodies of water with soft or sandy bottoms. It is a completely aquatic salamander of the southern United States. The Gu - 187. More

Necturus beyeri (Viosca, 1937) Gulf Coast Waterdog | more about this species Necturus alabamensis (Viosca, 1937). Photo More

of Gulf Coast waterdogs likely have been reduced due to siltation and pollution. 3. Life History Features. A. Breeding. Reproduction is aquatic. i. Breeding migrations. More

County, Texas, USA > Gulf Coast Waterdog Habitat previous | next Gulf Coast Waterdog Habitat Gulf Coast Waterdog Habitat Necturus beyeri habitat Gulf Coast Waterdog Habitat other sizes: small medium original More

Order : Caudata
Family : Proteidae
Genus : Necturus
Species : beyeri
Authority : Viosca, 1937