Spotted Salamander

The Spotted Salamander



  • Its size is six to seven and a half inches long, sometimes they grow to be larger than nine inches
  • Their bellies are slate gray
  • Breed in March and April
  • The dominant color is black, but sometimes it can be a blueish black, dark gray, or sometimes even dark brown
  • There are yellow-orange spots running from around its eyes to the tip of its tail
  • There are two rows of the yellow-orange spots
  • It weighs up to point five kilograms
  • Scientific Name- Ambystoma Maculatam Shaw 
  • Special Features- Slender bodies
  • Family- Ambystomatidae