Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander


Scientific name : Ambystoma bishopi

Family : Ambystomatidae

Native to : Florida and Georgia, United States

Interesting fact : They roll their tails when in danger.

Conservation status : Vulnerable

Beautiful thin grey lines form net-patterns on a dark skin of the reticulated flatwoods salamander. They have teeth in the roof of their mouths. They are found in wet pine flatwoods and pine savanna where they live and breed among leaf debris. Spiders and earthworms make up their meal and these salamander live for over 4 years.

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