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Default Re: What Is Your Favorite Genus of North American Plethodontids?

Honesty, it depends on what region you are in. I don't keep many sallies, but I field herp all the time. If I had to pick two genuses of salamanders, they would be Plethedon and Desmognathus, my first sallies were in GSMNP, and of these genuses. Nothing should excite the salamander enthusiast more than a Plethedon on an eastern mountaintop with mist rolling around the spruce-fir forest in the early morning sun. Sorry, I tend to go on tangents about GSMNP from time to time, mostly because I haven't been there in two years. As for the rest of the nation, it's Pseudotriton and Ambystoma all the way.
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