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arboreal salamander

This species is an excellent climber and difficult to capture. Large adults can inflict a painful bite. It is primarily associated with oak and sycamore woodlands, and thick chaparral.

Aneides lugubris, the Arboreal salamander, is a species of climbing salamander. They are large, 5.1 to 8.1 cm, with plain purplish-brown coloring, usually spotted dorsally with gold or yellow, although they may also be unspotted. These salamanders have a

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