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smallmouth salamander

Smallmouth Salamanders are nocturnal, often subterranean, preferring moist habitats near permanent bodies of water. Breeding occurs in the spring, with groups of salamanders congregating near the water. Females can lay upwards of 700 eggs, which they attach in small clumps of up to 30 eggs at a time, to rocks or vegetation under the water. Their preferred diet is insects, slugs, and earthworms.

The Smallmouth Salamander (Ambystoma texanum) is a species of salamander found in the central United States, from the Great Lakes region in Michigan to Nebraska, south to Texas, and east to Tennessee, with a population in Canada, in Pelee, Ontario. It is

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