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Arizona Tiger Salamander - Ambystoma mavortium nebulosum

Hallowell, 1852
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range map
Approximate Range of Ambystoma mavortium - Western Tiger Salamander

Orange = A. m. diaboli - Gray Tiger Salamander

Red = A. m. mavortium - Barred Tiger Salamander

Green = A. m. melanostictum - Blotched Tiger Salamander

Blue = A. m. nebulosum - Arizona Tiger Salamander

Fuchsia = A. m. stebbinsi - Sonoran Tiger Salamander

Gray = Intergrade Range

Yellow = Range of introduced or unknown subspecies

(Complete range and subspecies information in Mexico not known.)







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Arizona Tiger Salamander Arizona Tiger Salamander Arizona Tiger Salamander
  Adult, Coconino County, Arizona  
Arizona Tiger Salamander Arizona Tiger Salamander Arizona Tiger Salamander
  Adult, Coconino County, Arizona  
Arizona Tiger Salamander Arizona Tiger Salamander  
Aquatic larvae, Coconino County Arizona Aquatic larvae,
Coconino County, Arizona
 
     
Ambystoma mavortium from the intergrade zone of A. m. melanostictum and A. m. nebulosum
Blotched Tiger Salamander Blotched Tiger Salamander Blotched Tiger Salamander
Neotenic adults, Wasatch Mountains, 9,875 ft. Salt Lake County, Utah © Mark Gary
     
Habitat
Arizona Tiger Salamander habitat Arizona Tiger Salamander habitat Arizona Tiger Salamander habitat
Habitat, 7,200 ft., Coconino County, Arizona Habitat, 6,500 ft.,
Coconino County, Arizona
   
Short Video
  Arizona Tiger Salamander  
An Arizona Tiger Salamander crosses a road in the mountains of Arizona on a
rainy summer night, moving away from a breeding pond and back into the woods.









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