Wandering Salamanders Choose Direct Route to Good Food

Wandering Salamanders Choose Direct Route to Good Food – Save the Redwoods League

Wandering Salamanders Choose Direct Route to Good Food

Wandering Salamanders (Aneides vagrans), in addition to dwelling on the ground, have been found in high-up patches of humus moss mats in trunk crotches, on limbs, under bark, and in the cracked and rotting wood of coast redwood trees. They may inhabit forest canopies, the researchers of this study speculate, because of a more profitable food resource available there. Learn more about this research.

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