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History of the Herpetofauna
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abundant adults Ambystoma amphibians amphibians and reptiles aquatic belly bite blotches body breeding burrows carapace Chorus Frog coastal plain costal grooves dark brown Desmognathus dorsal scales dorsum Dusky Salamander Eastern Eastern Hognose Snake eggs are laid eggs per clutch elevations Favorite habitats female deposits female lays flatwoods flecks glands Glass Lizard gray Green ground color habitats hardwood forests hatch head Hyla individuals inhabit insects juveniles keeled Kingsnake larvae late spring light males mammals markings mating call middorsal mottled mountains Mudpuppy nest North Carolina occur throughout ovoviviparous parotoid gland piedmont pigment pine savannas plastron Plethodontidae ponds populations Rana range reddish orange reptiles River rotten logs rows Salamander Plethodon sandy savannas Scarlet Kingsnake scutes shallow side Siren slender snout South southeastern Southern species occurs specimens streams stripe surface swamps tadpole tail toads Treefrog undersurface usually venomous snakes venter Water Snake Wehrle's Salamander yellow yellowish