Sardinian brook salamander

The Sardinian brook salamander is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Sardinian Brook Salamander or Sardinian Mountain Newt (Euproctus platycephalus) is a species of salamander in the Salamandridae family. It is found only in Sardinia, Italy. More

and Sardinian brook salamander Euproctus platycephalus at critical risk; many others endangered. Fun facts • The fire salamander is the only amphibian that does not hatch from an egg. Instead, the babies develop inside the mother’s body. More

The Sardinian brook salamander, Euproctus platycephalus, is a cryptically coloured urodele found in streams, springs and pools in the main mountain systems of Sardinia, and is classified as critically endangered by IUCN. More

Sardinian Brook Salamander, Sardinian Mountain Newt Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Amphibia Order Caudata Family More

Sardinian Brook Salamander (Euproctus platycephalus) population in the northern region of Limbara. One third of amphibians globally are threatened with extinction. More

Sardinian brook salamander, Sardinian mountain newt, Hechtkopf-Gebirgsmolch, Sardischer Gebirgsmolch. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Salamandridae
Genus : Euproctus
Species : platycephalus
Authority : (Gravenhorst, 1829)