Eastern Newt on Forest Floor by Robert Miesner

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This is the Red Eft Stage of the Eastern Newt. Which is the middle stage of development of three. The other two stages the salamander is completely aquatic while at this middle stage they are terrestrial. They can remain in this stage for two or three years. As you can see by the bright colors also, they are poisonous to predators and after one has tried to eat one of these salamanders they will never do it again. You can see these guys on the moist ground during forest walks as I did with this one.

This was taken in Cortland NY.

Comments

  • Lance Leopold
    Lance Leopoldalmost 4 years ago

    What a fabulous little creature,love it!!

  • Thank you Lance!

    – Robert Miesner

  • Christian  Bennion
    Christian Ben...almost 4 years ago

    He blends in with his surroundings pretty well. I’m glad you were able to see him.

  • Thank you very much, Bennebula

    – Robert Miesner

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonalmost 4 years ago

  • Your Welcome!

    – Robert Miesner

  • sillyfrog
    sillyfrogalmost 4 years ago

    A favorite subject of mine! They can be fast little buggers :-)

  • Thanks sillyfrog, This guy just sat and posed for me.

    – Robert Miesner

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenalmost 4 years ago

    Great capture Robert.cheers.

  • Cheers also wazza and many thanks again!

    – Robert Miesner

  • john  Lenagan
    john Lenaganalmost 4 years ago

    Great capture and description – I have always been facinated by newts – although have never seen one – we do no thave them down under- what is the 3rd stage? – thanks for sharing

  • Thanks for your comment John! In the third stage they transform into an adult. They have a more greenish color and their tail flattens out becoming a great rudder in water. Then most will live out the rest of their life in fresh water ponds and lakes.

    – Robert Miesner

  • john  Lenagan
    john Lenaganalmost 4 years ago

    Thanks Robert – hopefully one day I will see these guys for real – cheers John

  • Your Welcome and cheers Robert

    – Robert Miesner

  • Istvan froghunter
    Istvan froghunteralmost 4 years ago

    Gorgeous capture Robert!

  • Thank you Istvan!

    – Robert Miesner

  • Jason Weigner
    Jason Weignerover 3 years ago

  • Normf
    Normfover 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your fabulous feature in “Amphibians”. Great capture!

  • Thank you Normf!

    – Robert Miesner

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