Alpine Newt

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

The Alpine Newt (Ichthyosaura alpestris, formerly Triturus alpestris and Mesotriton alpestris) is a newt of the Salamander order Caudata (or Urodela) in the class of Amphibians. More

The Alpine newt is a small, More

Alpine Newt larva and adult interaction 06newt15 07newt4 08newt20 09newt16 10newt18 Alpine Newt larva in acquarium Triturus Alpine Newt larva with visible gills Triturus More

of the country, while The Alpine Newt (Triturus alpestris) - Triton Alpestre is exclusively alpine. Reference: ‘Collins Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of Britain and Europe’. More

The Alpine Newt (Triturus alpestris) is an amphibian. It is a Salamander (Urodela or Caudata). The alpine newt is one of five newts in Germany. More

Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) In spite of its name, the Alpine newt inhabits lowland as well as upland habits in continental Europe. More

Alpine newts are hardy amphibians tolerant of a wide range of waters including frozen, stagnant or polluted ponds. In captivity they thrive in a large aquarium (50 - 70 gallon aquarium) which should consist of half land : half water for T.a.alpestris and T.a. More

During mating time the male Alpine Newt (Mesotriton alpestris) feature a striking blue marking. (Credit: Dieter Florian) ScienceDaily (Jun. 19, 2008) — Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) genes produce proteins that are crucial in fighting pathogen assault. More

An alpine newt larva (Mesotriton alpestris) part-way though metamorphosis. The main breeding season for newts is between the months of February and June. More

Razoumowski, 1789), and the alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris, Laurenti, 1768). The high incidence of both morphs in particular populations of these three species is a prerequisite for analysing the effects of alternative life cycle pathways on SSD at both the species and population levels. More

Alpine newt in pond 59. Lack of appetite during breeding season? 60. My new Triturus marmoratus tank 61. Triturus marmoratus group 62. T. More

The Italian Alpine Newt is a small 10cm long mainly aquatic newt. They inhabit northern Italy, spending most of their life in cool ponds. More

Alpine Newt - Mesotriton (formerly Triturus) alpestris - Alien Identification Tailed Amphibian - smooth skin Dorsal Surface, brown, green or grey above sometimes marbled Ventral Surface, deep orange or red unspotted. More

Alpine newt - Triturus alpestris alpestris - Tritone alpino Fontanigorda Val Trebbia Genoa Italy HOME | GALLERIES | INFO | CONTACTS | FREE WALLPAPERS | WEB DESIGN | LINK You are in: home>picture galleries>animals>alpine newt ANIMALS GALLERIES More

The Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) is the only known tailed amphibian with more than one MHC II locus. Photo: Maciej Pabijan/ Jagiellonian University Krakow. More

During the mating season early in the year, the males of the Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) exhibit blue colouring on their backs. During the mating season early in the year, the males of the Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) exhibit blue colouring on their backs. More

Larvae of the Alpine newt Triturus alpestris = * external gills * no yellow spot at base of legs * no golden iris ring (look at enlargment of More

Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) = MaartenSanne 5 videos Subscribe Edit Subscription Loading... 1,359 views 1,359 views MaartenSanne — April 18, 2007 — This female Alpine newt (Mesotriton alpestris) was seen in Belgium. More

Order : Caudata
Family : Salamandridae
Genus : Mesotriton
Species : alpestris
Authority : (Laurenti, 1768)