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MARBLED SALAMANDER
Ambystoma opacum

Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum Ambystoma   opacum   from   San   Augustine   County,    Texas
                                                                    Photo by John Williams
Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum (with eggs) Ambystoma opacum from San Augustine Co.,  Texas (with eggs)
                                                                    Photo by John Williams



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout east Texas as far south as Galveston County and possibly Brazoria County.

Legal Status:  Ambystoma opacum has no protected status in our region.



Range of Ambystoma opacum
Range  of  Ambystoma opacum                               Map by USGS

Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum Ambystoma   opacum   from   San   Augustine   County,    Texas
                                                                    Photo by John Williams
Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum Ambystoma opacum from Hardin Co., Tx.  Photo by M. Hollanders





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