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Default Re: Hemidactylium scutatum

This is the reference you should check. I can't find a pdf of it right now, I think I have it printed out somewhere:

Blanchard, Frank N., & Frieda C. Blanchard. 1931. Size groups and their characteristics in the salamander, Hemidactylium scutatum (Schlegel). Amer. Nat., 65:149-154.

Also check out the new Amphibians of Ohio book published by the Ohio Biological Survey. Chapter 17 is one of the most thorough reviews of Hemidactylium that has been published


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Originally Posted by tindomul1of9 View Post
Thanks for the information. Are there any stats on what a 5 year old should look like size wise. This is actually the only member of this species I have ever seen. I have no frame of reference with which to compare him/her to. THanks!
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