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MOLE SALAMANDER
Ambystoma talpoideum

Mole Salamander - Ambystoma talpoideum Ambystoma talpoideum from Sabine Co., Tx.   Photo by J. Williams

Range of Ambystoma talpoideum
 Range  of  Ambystoma talpoideum                         Map by USGS



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in deep east Texas, as far south as Orange County.

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



Mole Salamander - Ambystoma talpoideum  Ambystoma    talpoideum    from    Angelina    County,    Texas
                                                                 Photo by Matt Hollanders





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