Red Back Salamander was created in 1818.
red back salamander food
adult red back salamanders appear able to survive for long periods of time; with a few surviving as long as 25 years
Only to certain predators.
Red backed salamander
your an eastern-redback
No its a Northern Red Salamander.
the middle of its belly will turn white
It could be a salamander a black chin-red salamander.
Red back salamanders need a moist, shady and leafy habitat.
some are dangerous some are not the red salamander is an example of an poisonous salamander
Tiger salamanderEastern Red-backed salamanderBlue-spotted salamanderEastern NewtMudpuppyFour-toed salamander
Possibly because they are very commonplace in Alabama
just black with red eye's it's shaped like a salamander
my salamander is 6 inches hehehehh n i have two, rambo n tamulak
If it is a lizard it can't be a salamander because a salamander is an amphibian.
There are four states with a salamander as their state amphibian - Alabama, Kansas, South Carolina, and Tennessee. They all have different versions of the salamander, though. Alabama has the Red Hills Salamander, Kansas has the Barred Tiger Salamander, South Carolina has the Spotted Salamander, and Tennessee has the Cave Salamander as a representative.
Salamander SpeciesSalamanders are from the order Caudata. The order is further broken down into the following:Ambystomatidae: Mole salamanders Eastern Tiger SalamanderFlatwoods Salamander (protected)Marbled SalamanderMole SalamanderSmallmouth SalamanderSpotted SalamanderAmphiumidae: Amphiumas One-Toed AmphiumaTwo-Toed AmphiumaThree-Toed AmphiumaCryptobranchidae: Giant salamanders Eastern Hellbender Salamander (protected)Plethodontidae: Woodland or Lungless salamanders Apalachicola SalamanderBrown-backed SalamanderCave SalamanderDusky SalamanderDwarf SalamanderEastern Zigzag SalamanderFour-Toed SalamanderGreen Salamander (protected)Gulf Coast Mud SalamanderLong-Tailed SalamanderMountain Dusky SalamanderRed SalamanderRed Hills SalamanderSeal Salamander (protected)Seepage SalamanderSlimy SalamanderSouthern Dusky SalamanderSouthern Redback SalamanderSouthern Two-Lined SalamanderTennessee Cave SalamanderWebster's SalamanderProteidae: Mudpuppies and Waterdogs Alabama WaterdogBlack Warrior WaterdogMudpuppySalamandridae: Newts Eastern newtsSirenidae: Sirems Greater SirenLesser Siren
It is the gold-striped salamander. It is black with two gold stripes down its back.
yes, it is poisonuos