What kind of Siren is this?
This is a discussion on What kind of Siren is this? within the Newt and Salamander Help forums, part of the Beginner Newt, Salamander, Axolotl & Help Topics category; I bought this at a reptile show two days ago, I was told it was an Amphiuma, but have since ...
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|11th September 2006||#1 (permalink)|
I bought this at a reptile show two days ago, I was told it was an Amphiuma, but have since come to know that is is actually a Siren. Now I am curious as to what kind it is, lesser or greater (I know it is not a dwarf). I read that it is hard to tell these things, but if anyone has any input, that would be great!
|21st November 2006||#4 (permalink)|
I have worked with both subadult lesser and subadult greater sirens and I have to say, that they do look idential with the only difference being in some individuals that the coastal groove number is greater than 36 you can tell....
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