Northwestern salamander

Northwestern salamander

Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Genus
SPECIES
Ambystoma gracile
LENGTH
14-22 cm

The northwestern salamander is a species of mole salamander that inhabits the northwest Pacific coast of North America. These fairly large salamanders grow to 8.7 in in length. It is found from southeastern Alaska on May Island, through Washington and Oregon south to the mouth of the Gualala River, Sonoma County, California. It occurs from sea level to the timberline, but not east of the Cascade Divide. Its range includes Vancouver Island in British Columbia and The San Juan Islands, Cypress, Whidbey, Bainbridge, and Vashon Islands in Washington.

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No

Nocturnal

Ca

Carnivore

In

Insectivores

Mo

Molluscivore

Pl

Planktivore

Ve

Vermivorous

Fo

Fossorial

Te

Terrestrial

Mo

Monogamy

Po

Poisonous

So

Solitary

Mi

Migrating

N

starts with

Geography

Continents
Biogeographical Realms

Climate zones

Habits and Lifestyle

Seasonal behavior

Mating Habits

MATING BEHAVIOR
BABY CARRYING
40 to 270

References

1. Northwestern salamander Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwestern_salamander
2. Northwestern salamander on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/59057/56458627

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