I'll start this off with a few photos of the very special Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander (Ambystoma bishopi). Some of these photos are obviously of a posed individual, but three of these are individuals as they were found, and they were not touched. I like when that can be done, especially with salamanders, which are so often under objects.
This last flatwoods salamander is in metamorphosis (larval striping still present, but gills absent, metallic iridophores developing in darkly-pigmented areas, head shape nearly adult-like).
Central Newt larva (Notophthalmus viridescens louisianensis)
Southern Two-lined Salamander(s) (Eurycea cirrigera) typical color and possible erythristic morph
typical color and possible erythristic morph from above
I'm Kelly: I was born in Minnesota, but currently live in the Florida Panhandle. I'm fascinated by the beauty of God's creation, and I desire to foster awareness in others of the amazing world around us -- because once we know and appreciate the intricacy and wonder of the natural world, we will be better stewards of it.