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Jay Redbond - Salamandra salamandra terrestris



Jay Redbond - Plethodon jordani



Jay Redbond - Necturus maculosus



Jay Redbond - Hydromantes flavus



Jay Redbond - Bolitoglossa mexicana

 

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Seth -I don't see any others than the two posted here. Can you send them again? Thanks.

If folks could include their name and the species photographed that would be really helpful. It'll save me a lot of guessing. ;)
 

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Zach Truelock - Ambystoma annulatum



Zach Truelock - Ambystoma tigrinum



Zach Truelock - Hemidactylium scutatum



Zach Truelock - Notophthalmus viridescens



Zack Truelock - Ambystoma barbouri

 
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Jason Butler - Pseudotriton montanus



Jason Butler - Oedipina quadra



Jason Butler - Necturus maculosus



Jason Butler - Hemidactylium scutatum



Jason Butler - Eurycea lucifuga

 

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I see some winners already I think.
 

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Bobby Bok - Bolitoglossa altamazonica



Bobby Bok - Bolitoglossa peruviana



Bobby Bok - Chioglossa lusitanica



Bobby Bok - Salamandra lanzai



Bobby Bok - Speleomantes strinatii

 

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The competition closes today folks. Make sure you don't miss out!
 

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We've received a lot of entries in the last 24 hours. Keep in mind that it's still November 24th somewhere in the world for the next few hours so get to it and enter your photos.
 

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Jesse Bailey - Ambystoma laterale



Jesse Bailey - Ambystoma mavortium Photo 1




Jesse Bailey - Ambystoma mavortium Photo 2



Jesse Bailey - Desmognathus conanti Photo 1



Jesse Bailey - Desmognathus conanti Photo 2

 

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John Clare - Taricha rivularis



John Clare - Pseudotriton ruber ruber



John Clare - Lissotriton vulgaris



John Clare - Ensatina eschscholtzii platensis



John Clare - Ambystoma mavortium mavortium

 
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