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Question about Ambystoma cingulatum

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Mole Salamanders but not tigers or axolotls (Ambystomatids) These large-mouthed, burrowing salamanders are indigenous to Central and North America.

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Are these ever in the hobby? Not wanting to keep any because they are rare, but if you do keep any, could you provide pictures of them and their set-up? Thanks!



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I'm pretty sure A. cingulatum are federally protected. Other closely related species like Ambystoma annulatum and Ambystoma bishopi are also federally protected.



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I know that they are protected, I was wondering if anyone in the U.S or elsewhere keeps/breeds them



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Because of their protection they can't be obtained. So no one in the USA should have them or anywhere else.



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A.cingulatum and A.bishopi are federally protected. I don't think A.annulatum is, but it's protected in its peripheral states and Missouri doesn't allow export of its herps.



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