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Fire Salamanders (Salamandra) The first salamanders described, this diverse genus of species and subspecies can be found throughout Europe and the Near-East. They are the animals that first come to mind when most people hear the word "salamander".

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Old 28th July 2013   #1
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Default What locality are my Salamanders

As the title says. Help pleaseee :)

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Default Re: What locality are my Salamanders

seems you have two subspecies: terrestris (with the citron yellow lines) and salamandra (orange). But they could also both be terrestris. As both subspecies have a large distribution they can come from a wide range of origines... I would ask the one who sold them where he got them.



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