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Sally [DOT] Spotted my HUBBY
Yup Sassy Sally in her Slinky, tight fitting Faux poky DOT Swiss ‘OUTFIT”
OR was it the other way around…???????????????????????
SUBMARINE areas… yes indeedy.
~~ Hubby called for me to take a look and his new find…
~~ There she was SALLY in all of her glory
~~ Let me introduce your to Sally [Dot] Mander
fencing to keep the ducks out of the Koi pond.
Low and behold in one of the holes was Sally
Eventually, after it was obvious she needed assistance getting out…she was ever so
gently released into the small stream that we refer to as the “Dreen”.
I was weed eating in that area and I kept a close eye on her as she slowly regained
her strength and gently swam away to safety.
She was large and maybe SHE was responsible for the Glutinous Glob in the Koi pond .
Spotted salamanders require
woodlands with ponds for breeding. Petranka (1998) states that mature deciduous forest is the main habitat
type for the spotted salamander, but Minton (1972) also makes note
of mixed hardwood habitats.
Vernal pools are very important for breeding.
Fish free ponds are best,
but Figiel and Semlitsch (1990) found that larvae may
change habitat usage to survive in ponds containing fish.Then there are their HABITS! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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