The most attractively patterned species?

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This is a thread designed for amusement only. I just wanted to see how diverse the preferences are! I hope everyone can have a little fun submitting their vote! (This is not a "site sponsored" vote) For me...Juvenile N.V.V.(The Red Eft), this is a simply amazingly beautiful creature! Well, that's my vote...How about your's?

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I vote for Neurergus kaiseri, even people who don't care for newts can enjoy that kind of beauty. Pseudotriton ruber can be nice too.
 

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Ambystoma annulatum gets my vote, but then again I am biased towards any Ambystoma species.
 

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I agree N.kaiseri has a special quality that can reach even mentally healthy people.
My vote however goes for three other species(i can´t just pick one), the recently discovered beauty of C.pyrrhogaster, o_Ophryticus and....wait for it...........Lissotriton vulgaris! Yes, i find them incredibly beautiful.....
 
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Kaiseri are beautiful, probably my all time favorites but I think some Salamandra are as pretty as anything...
 

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I'm with Justin on this one. A. annulatum. Very striking. Ooh, or A. macrodactylum, love the racing stripes. Also a big fan of Plethodon yonahlossee.

My roommate suggests Desmognathus wrighti's herringbone pattern, or the P. glutinosis complex.
 

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I may be a little biased because they are all I have at the moment, hehe...and nobody has voted for them yet: C. Orientalis :happy:
 
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