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1. Some salamanders in the genus Aneides and certain plethodontids climb trees and have long limbs, large toepads and prehensile tails.

2. Commonly seen species include the California newt (Taricha torosa torosa), Pacific tree frog (Pseudacris regilla), and arboreal salamander (Aneides lugubris).

3. Less commonly seen are the black salamander (Aneides flavipunctatus) and California giant salamander (Dicamptodon ensatus) and the threatened California red-legged frog (Rana draytonii).

4. Cladistic analysis using Bayesian analysis of molecular data places Karsenia koreana as sister group to the clade containing Aneides and the desmognathine salamanders.

5. The arboreal salamander (Aneides lugubris) is represented by a small population around the pond in the former quarry on the southern shore.

6. The arboreal salamander (Aneides lugubris) is a species of climbing salamander.

7. Aneides lugubris is 6.5–10 cm (2.6–3.9 in) SVL (snout-vent length), with plain purplish-brown coloring, usually spotted dorsally with gold or yellow, although it may also be unspotted.

8. Climbing salamanders is the common name for plethodontid (lungless) salamanders of the genus Aneides.

9. All other western Aneides including A. hardii are considered Aneides sensu stricto, and belong to the subgenus of the same name.

10. Ten species in two subgenera are currently assigned to this genus: Nota bene: A binomial authority in parentheses indicates that the species was originally described in a genus other than Aneides.

11. The clouded salamander (Aneides ferreus) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

12. The black salamander (Aneides flavipunctatus), also known as the speckled black salamander, is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

13. The black salamander is mostly terrestrial but has a prehensile tail so may sometimes climb as does the related arboreal salamander Aneides lugubris.

14. The Sacramento Mountain salamander (Aneides hardii) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

15. The wandering salamander (Aneides vagrans) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

16. The wandering salamander is very similar in appearance to the clouded salamander (Aneides ferreus) and was at one time considered to be the same species.

17. He named the species from the two extremities as Aneides vagrans, the wandering salamander, while retaining the name Aneides ferreus for the Oregon population.

18. The green salamander (Aneides aeneus) is a species of lungless salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

19. Aneides aeneus‘ green, lichen-like blotches against a darker dorsum make it the only salamander in North America with green markings.

20. Aeneus was formerly considered the only species of the Aneides genus found in the Eastern United States.

21. However, some claimed that there could be up to four different species of Aneides between the Cumberland Plateau and Blue Ridge Escarpment populations.

22. The subgenus Castaneides was created to contain all eastern species of Aneides, with caryaensis being the most basal member of the complex.

23. Castaneides diverged from the Aneides hardii lineage between 27.2 and 32.3 million years ago.

24. Aneides aeneus is known to inhabit both the Alleghenies and Cumberland Plateau, reaching from southwestern Pennsylvania to northern Alabama and northeastern Mississippi.

25. Aneides aeneus is an extreme habitat specialist.

26. This species of Aneides is found almost exclusively in an environment following these guild-lines: A. aeneus prefers the crevices of rocks on the sides of cliffs or other outcroppings.

27. While the fact that Aneides aeneus is such a habitat-specific salamander results in more vulnerability to habitat destruction, the cliffs and outcroppings it has chosen are relatively safe from harm.

28. Wildlife in the grove was studied too, including the Wandering salamander (Aneides vagrans).

29. The clouded salamander (Aneides ferreus) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.

30. The black salamander (Aneides flavipunctatus) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.