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An Ecologist will be appointed to help determine the future of the great crested newt at a holiday park in North Lincolnshire. An investigation into the habitat of the newt has been completed at Seven Lakes Country Park, off Wharf Ealand, after developers put in plans for the lakes.
By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent OSLO (Reuters) - Amphibian experts are likely to urge captive breeding to slow a catastrophic rate of extinctions threatening a third of all species of frogs and salamanders, a leading scientist said.
The Pyrenean Brook Salamander (Calotriton asper) is a species of salamander belonging to the Salamandridae family. It is located in the Pyrenees of Andorra, France, and Spain. Its natural habitats include temperate forests, intermittent rivers, rivers, freshwater lakes, freshwater marshes, caves, and inland karsts. It is threatened by loss of habitat. This salamander can grow to about 3.6 inches long, half of which is the laterally flattened tail. The females are normally larger than...
The Corsican Brook Salamander (Euproctus montanus), known also as the Corsican Mountain Newt, is a species of salamander belonging to the Salamandridae family. It is native to Corsica, an island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is found mostly in rocky streams, springs, and rivers in forest and maquis and altitudes of over 600 meters. It is smaller than other closely related species, such as the Sardinian Brook Salamander (Euproctus platycephalus) and can reach a length of about 5 inches,...
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