A peek into the activities and
behaviors of indigenous reptiles and amphibians.
This photo taken in Shenandoah Co. by Liam McGranaghan is of a female Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) guarding her eggs. The eggs hatch after autumn rains inundate the nest sites forming a temporary pool.
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