Plethodon cinereus

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Synonyms for Plethodon cinereus

common salamander of eastern North America

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Influence of cover and moisture on abundances of the terrestrial salamanders Plethodon cinereus and Plethodon glutinosus.
Environmental factors influencing local distribution and activity of the salamander, Plethodon cinereus.
Soil acidity affects distribution, behavior, and physiology of the salamander Plethodon cinereus.
viridescens Red-spotted newt W Plethodon cinereus N.
Influence of topography on local distributions of Plethodon cinereus and P.
Geographic protein variation and speciation in the salamanders of the Plethodon cinereus group with the description of two new species.
tigrinum, Hemidactylium scutatum, Plethodon cinereus, Necturus maculosus, Notophtalmus viridescens, Bufo americanus, Hyla chrysoscelis, H.
Plethodon cinereus, the most abundant salamander in the state, occurs in every county in Michigan except for Saginaw, Tuscola, and Sanilac.
Adult and juvenile salamanders of the following species in the following quantities were found: 13 Eurycea bislineata, 21 Desmognathus fuscus, 24 Desmognathus ochrophaeus, and 8 Plethodon cinereus.
We also collected Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum, Plethodon cinereus, Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens, Pseudacris crucifer, P.
Only Plethodon cinereus density data will be reported since other salamander species found are primarily fossorial species; consequently our collection could not accurately reflect their densities.
none Ambystoma maculatum none Ambystoma tigrinum none Notopthalmus viridescens none Hemidactylium scutatum none Plethodon cinereus none 7 0 ANURANS Bufo americanus Bufo americanus Acris crepitans none Hyla versicolor cplx.
lucifuga Rafinesque, cave salamander S Hemidactylium scutatum (Schlegel), four-toed N, C salamander Plethodon cinereus (Green), redback salamander I P.
The existence of Plethodon cinereus labeled "Miller" in a museum collection implies that (as Wilhelm (1990) suggests) mesic forest pockets once existed near Miller Woods.