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northern slimy salamander

All Plethodonid salamanders are territorial, and will fight aggressively for territory. Their preferred habitat is in moist soil or leaf litter beneath stones, rotting logs or other debris near a permanent water source. They will sometimes make use of other animal's burrows. Their diet consists primarily of ants, beetles, and sow bugs, but they will consume most kinds of insect.

The Northern Slimy Salamander (Plethodon glutinosus) is a species of terrestrial Plethodontid salamander found through much of the eastern two thirds of the United States, from New York, west to Wisconsin, south to Texas, and east to Florida, with an isol

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