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rubén
17th December 2005, 16:09
Found making a trekking around the central Apennines in september.

( finally I didn't eat it )

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francesco
17th December 2005, 16:58
I can understand your expression. There's always something magic about finding a salamandra walking in the woods http://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/wink.gif I can't really describe it but who's experienced it can understand me. No matter how many you've found or what subspecies it's always the same!

kamil
17th December 2005, 20:31
Hi,

yes - I can understand it too, but I've never found a Salamandra on day by now. Here we have an old park with a castle. It lays in the "Salamander-Valley" where through the Salamanderbrook flows... Lovely animals there. Especially because here meets Salamandra salamandra salamandra with S. s. terrestris http://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/happy.gif

Best Greetings,

Kami

sergé
19th December 2005, 06:55
I have met the same subspecies at daytime as well, actually it was Frank Pasmans who found three in a row and me nonehttp://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/biggrin.gif. But the face is the same whoever finds it...

uwe
20th December 2005, 10:16
Hi,

I found actually in August animals of the same subspecies walking around a brook during daytime.

They look the same as your gigliolii, which means not the high yellow of St. Bruno.

Uwe