Striped newt

The Striped newt is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

Striped newts appear to occur in two separate regions, one in the Florida Panhandle near Tallahassee (Means and Means, 1998b) and the adjacent Dougherty Plain of southwest Georgia (LaClaire et al. More

The striped newt may warrant federal protection as a threatened species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today, following an initial review of a petition seeking to protect the species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). More

If we determine that listing the striped newt is warranted, it is our intent to propose critical habitat to the maximum extent prudent and determinable at the time we propose to list the species. More

Striped newt could get more protection = Posted: March 25, 2010 - 12:21am * Photos Back | Next The striped newt has been found in Bryan County and on Fort Stewart. Photo courtesy of U.S. More

Striped Newt Region Map The Striped Newt is found throughout the lower Coastal Plain of Georgia. Conservation Status The Striped Newt is listed as Rare in Florida and Georgia and is being considered for Federal Status. More

FWS may list striped newt, says sage grouse listing warranted but precluded by other priorities, and rejects petition to list Southern Hickorynut mussel Category Federal Register Bookmark : del.icio. More

Striped newt/pondberry (Lindera melissifolia) habitat 5. Striped newt/pondberry (Lindera melissifolia) habitat Black bass and trout fishing in the United States: addendum to the 2001 national survey of fishing, hunting, 6. More

Range of the Striped Newt in our region Range of the Striped Newt in the eastern U.S.A. More

Striped newt/pondberry (Lindera melissifolia) habitat Click on image to view larger image Photo Details rolljack Registered: May 2008 Posts: 8,133 users gallery Sampling a pond in Georgia More

The Striped Newt, Notophthalmus perstriatus, is found in seasonal ponds and cypress bay heads in the northern peninsula. It is brown or green with a yellow underside. A narrow red stripe runs along each side and down the tail. It grows to 4" long. More

included the striped newt in the November 15, 1994, notice of plant and animal taxa regarded as candidates for possible listing under the Act as a Category 2 candidate species (59 FR 58982). More

striped newt, which occurs only in Georgia and Florida, and may propose it for listing under the Endangered Species Act. More

* States/US Territories in which the Striped newt is known to occur: Florida , Georgia * US Counties in which the Striped newt is known to occur: View All More

Order : Caudata
Family : Salamandridae
Genus : Notophthalmus
Species : perstriatus
Authority : (Bishop, 1941)