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Article Title

The Tiger Salamander

Document Type

Article

Abstract

Tiger salamanders are harmless members of the Class Amphibia which easily lend themselves to observation and experimentation. As the name amphibian implies, these salamanders have two life forms, an aquatic larval stage and a terrestrial adult stage. Both forms are common and widespread throughout Iowa, yet adults, being terrestrial and less seasonal, are encountered more frequently than the larvae.

Publication Date

September 1982

Journal Title

Iowa Science Teachers Journal

Volume

19

Issue

2

First Page

2

Last Page

4

Copyright

© Copyright 1982 by the Iowa Academy of Science

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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