Information about the Yellow-Blotched Ensatina:
The Yellow-Blotched Ensatina is a plethodontid salamander, growing to about 3 to 6 inches (7.5 - 15.5 cm.) They are native to the coniferous forests, oak woodlands and chaparral of the West Coast of the US, particularly in California. Their diet is varied, and consists of different small invertebrates like snails, worms, beetles, spiders and other insects. These amphibians are most active on rainy nights when temperatures are moderate, otherwise they hide under rocks, rotting logs or other forest substrate.
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