Siskiyou Mountains Salamander


Scientific name : Plethodon stormi

Family : Plethodontidae

Native to : California and Oregon, United States

Conservation status : Endangered

Named after its geographical location, the siskiyou mountains salamander is brown to purplish and speckled in white. They respire through their moist and slimy skins, being lungless. Rocky forests and a cool, moist rainy climate keep them happy. They love to hide under rocks, logs and other debris. In the night, they prey upon spiders, mites, ants, springtails and beetles.

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