Final report to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for : a resurvey of historical green salamander locations in South Carolina

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Barrett, Kyle
Newman, Jill
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
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2019-09-05
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Animal population density--South Carolina , Salamanders--Habitat--South Carolina
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Final report to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for : a resurvey of historical green salamander locations in South Carolina
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Green Salamanders, Aneides aeneus, are habitat specialists found in narrow crevices of rock outcrops and under flaky bark of trees. Across three counties in South Carolina were conducted visual encounter surveys of rock outcrops. Green Salamanders were detected at 30 of the 61 sites surveyed. Knowledge of factors that influence population abundance and survey success will help guide future efforts to protect the species in the southern portion of its range.
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South Carolina State Library
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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