- Aug 24, 2007
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- Whitehouse, OH
- United States
Also, there have been some recent publications on the oviposition of both E. lucifuga and P. ruber in caves that I can send along to you if you don't already have them.
I've got Ringia and Lips 2007, and Miller et al. 2008. Got any others?
I'd be happy to share notes, have you seen many wild eggs? I'm hoping to have some longicauda eggs in the spring, so keep your finger's crossed!
Trauth had up to 120 eggs per female in ovarian counts, so I'm not totally convinced it was more than one female. There's at least two more loaded with eggs in there now, so we might get more in the coming weeks (not that I really need 200 cave salamanders....)