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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Amphibia Order: Caudata Family: Genus: Specific:
Family: Cryptobranchidae Eastern Hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis 5 toes on hind foot Gill slits Huge Breathes from folds on sides
Family: Proteidae Common Mudpuppy Necturus maculosus maculosus External gills Four toes on feet
Family: Salamandridae Red spotted Newt Notophthalmus v. viridescens Longitudinal ridge on head No costal grooves No nasolabial grooves
Family: Ambystomatidae 1) Ambystoma barbouri Streamside Salamander 2) Ambystoma texanum Small-mouthed Salamander 3) Ambystoma jeffersonianum Jefferson Salamander 4) Ambystoma maculatum Spotted Salamander 5) Ambystoma opacum Marbled Salamander
Stream-side and Small Mouth Ambystoma barbouri Found in Wayne county Has a small mouth The barber by the stream from Wayne Co. Ambystoma texanum Found in Wood county Small mouth
A. texanum/A. barbouri Distribution
Stream-side Salamander Ambystoma barbouri Found in Wayne county Has a small mouth Black or brown color Toes do not meet
Small-mouthed Salamander Ambystoma texanum Found in Wood, Mason counties Small mouth Toes do not meet Black / brown color Short face
Jefferson Salamander Ambystoma jeffersonianum Has a flat head Slender Long long toes
Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum Has spots Dark color 2 rows of spots down back Costal grooves Chunky salamander
Marbled Salamander Ambystoma opacum Black and white hourglass spots on back Chunky Monkey
Green Salamander Aneides aeneus Head is broad and flat Toe tips are square and expanded Slender
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Desmognathus
Northern Dusky Salamander Desmognathus fuscus Bottom lighter than belly Spots on back random Keeled tail Distinct lines down sides
Seal Salamander Desmognathus monticola No strip at sides Belly is pale Keeled tail Back is darker with scallop like spots
Allegheny Mountain Dusky Salamander Desmognathus ochrophaeus Looks like 2 line but mouth downward Slender Line from eye to mouth Light line down back
Black-Bellied Salamander Desmognathus quadramaculatus Costal grooves Nasolabial grooves Line from eye to mouth Black body, brown head Keeled tail
Black Mountain Salamander Desmognathus welteri Not on Lab Exam
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Gyrinophilus
Spring Salamanders Gyrinophilus p. porphyriticus Northern Spring Salamander Gyrinophilus porphyriticus duryi Kentucky Spring Salamander Gyrinophilus subterraneus West Virginia Spring Salamander
Spring Salamanders Nasolabial grooves Central pedicel Line posterior from eye toward back of body Keel on tail Spots on back Lighter belly
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Hemidactylium
Four-toed Salamander Hemidactylium scutatum Tail longer than body Tail pinched at base 4:4 toes
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Eurycea
Two-Lined Salamanders Eurycea bislineata Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea cirrigera Southern Two-lined Salamander
E. bislineata/E. cirrigera Distribution
Two-Lined Salamanders Narrow black line down both sides Light mid-dorsal strip Slender
Long-tailed Salamander Eurycea l. longicauda Yellow in color Spotted on back Lateral black bars on the tail No spots on belly Tail longer than body
Cave Salamander Eurycea lucifuga Tail longer than body Irregular black spots and dashes Big eyes Slender
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Plethodon
Eastern Red-backed Salamander Plethodon cinereus Nasolabial grooves Costal grooves Large line down back Spotted (salt and pepper) belly Slender
Plethodon (large) Slimy Plethodon cylindraceus White-spotted Slimy Salamander Plethodon glutinosus Northern Slimy Salamander Plethodon kentucki Cumberland Plateau Salamander
P. glutinosus Complex
Slimy Salamanders Spots uniformly distributed along body Lighter chin
Plethodon (small) Plethodon electromorphus Northern Ravine Salamander Plethodon hoffmani Valley and Ridge Salamander Plethodon nettingi Cheat Mountain Salamander Plethodon richmondi Southern Ravine Salamander Plethodon virginia Shenandoah Mountain Salamander
Plethodon (small) Small Slender Dark Bodies Worms with legs
Eastern Small Plethodon Complex
Plethodon (large) Plethodon wehrlei Wehrle’s Salamander Plethodon punctatus Cow Knob Salamander
Wehrle’s or Cow Knob Dark salamander Lighter throat White spots mainly along sides (faint) Cow Knob
P. werhlei/P. punctatus Distribution
Family: Plethodontidae Genus: Pseudotriton
Midland Mud Salamander Pseudotriton montanus diastictus Nasolabial groove (faint) Central pedicel 30 –40 spots scattered Salmon, red color
Northern Red Salamander Pseudotriton r. ruber Nasolabial grooves Costal grooves Irregular black dots (40+) No spots at end of tail Belly pale
Map of Counties of West Virginia
What is it?
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Easily identified by their shell. Top called carapace Bottom called plastron ▪ May have one or two hinges to close the plastron. Shells covered.
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This monster is big and green. It has got two big eyes, two big ears, a small nose and a big mouth. It has got long arms and a tail. It has got short legs.
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Caudal Fin Dorsal Fin Operculum Pectoral Fin Anal Fin Pelvic Fin.
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