The Eastern Newt or Red-spotted Newt, Notophthalmus Viridescens, is a common salamander of Eastern North America.

We could always find a newt to play with on Frye Mt -The Eastern Newt or Red-spotted Newt, Notophthalmus Viridescens, is a common salamander of Eastern North America.

pixiewinksfairywhispers:  beautifully-untamed: Great Smokies, NC (by Light of the Wild)  Delight in the beauty of nature that surrounds you.  ~Charlotte (PixieWinksFairyWhispers)

beautifully-untamed: Great Smokies, NC (by Light of the Wild) Delight in the beauty of nature that surrounds you.

Salamanders, like this mud salamander, grow up the same way frogs and toads do. They hatch from eggs and emerge as larvae that look a lot like tadpoles.

Amphibian Pictures

Amphibians are a diverse and unique group of animals. In this collection of Amphibian pictures, you'll find toads, frogs, caecilians, newts and more.

Northern Red Salamander

Northern Red Salamander- Such a vibrant red, I imagine it living inside a volcano, even though I know better

Mother Nature and her creation of a sensitive barometer in the Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum)

When We First Undertook A Search for Life on Earth

Mother Nature and her creation of a sensitive barometer in the Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum), I LOVE salamanders!

Hammerhead Salamander - incredible creature :D (while it is a model made in Japan, the realism is so good it has many of us fooled!) Based on a real fossils!

Daily Afternoon Randomness (52 Photos)

An image purportedly showing a real "hammerhead salamander" actually shows a model of an extinct diplocaulus.

Black salamander - I want to include a new species, snow salamander/snow dragon of sorts, slimy and poisonous but much bigger in scale

The Black Salamander or speckled black salamander (Aneides flavipunctatus) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States. The black salamander can grow to 60 to 75 millimeters to in) long.

Red eft juvenile form of the eastern newt

Newts are closely related to salamanders but undergo an extra stage of development. Newt tadpoles develop into land-dwelling juveniles called “efts.

Salamander’s Hefty Role in the Forest - NYTimes.com

Salamander’s Hefty Role in the Forest

rhamphotheca: “ The Salamander’s Hefty Role in the Forest Richard Conniff If someone asked you to name the top predator in North American forests, you might think of bears, or maybe great horned owls.

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