Pinterest でおしゃれアイデアをまとめましょう!

Plethodon yonahlossee

Plethodon yonahlossee

Salamanders, like this mud salamander, grow up the same way frogs and toads do. They hatch from eggs and emerge as larvae that look a lot like tadpoles.

Amphibian Pictures

Salamanders, like this mud salamander, grow up the same way frogs and toads do. They hatch from eggs and emerge as larvae that look a lot like tadpoles.

Japanese giant salamander(Andrias japonicus) オオサンショウウオ

Japanese giant salamander(Andrias japonicus) オオサンショウウオ

SAL, OMG, It is YOU! :-O seriously, that looks just like you! @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Brazil

SAL, OMG, It is YOU! :-O seriously, that looks just like you! @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Brazil

Black salamander - I want to include a new species, snow salamander/snow dragon of sorts, slimy and poisonous but much bigger in scale

Black salamander - I want to include a new species, snow salamander/snow dragon of sorts, slimy and poisonous but much bigger in scale

The larch mountain salamander is a lungless amphibian that lives in the Pacific Northwest. It breathes through its skin which has to stay constantly wet, even though its a land-dwelling salamander. This is its defensive position, thought to resemble a poisonous millipede. Image credit: John Clare

The larch mountain salamander is a lungless amphibian that lives in the Pacific Northwest. It breathes through its skin which has to stay constantly wet, even though its a land-dwelling salamander. This is its defensive position, thought to resemble a poisonous millipede. Image credit: John Clare

Northern Slimy Salamander by J.P. Lawrence Photography

Northern Slimy Salamander by J.P. Lawrence Photography

Italian Fire Salamander (Salamandra s. gigliolii), Brenta Dolomites, Italy Photo by Clickalps .com ”

Italian Fire Salamander (Salamandra s. gigliolii), Brenta Dolomites, Italy Photo by Clickalps .com ”

A female slimy salamander protects her eggs in an exhibit at the Toledo Zoo. She protects her eggs with a coating of slime.

A female slimy salamander protects her eggs in an exhibit at the Toledo Zoo. She protects her eggs with a coating of slime.

Southeastern Slimy Salamander (Plethodon grobmani)

Southeastern Slimy Salamander (Plethodon grobmani)

Pinterest
検索