Mexican Climbing Salamander - Bolitoglossa mexicana
Bolitoglossa mexicana (Plethodontidae) is a lungless salamander with large body, long tail, nearly fully-webbed hands and feet, and usually having striking color patterns of tan to bright yellow, orange, or reddish spots, bands, and stripes on a black ground color.
Bolitoglossa mexicana is considered a complex of several cryptic forms, so the taxonomic status of this species is likely to change in the near future.
The Mexican Climbing Salamander occurs in southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Other common names are: Mexican Mushroomtongue Salamander, Black-and-Gold Salamander, Galliwasp, Salamanquesa.
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Photo credit: ©wildmttrail18 | Locality: Cusuco National Park, Honduras (2006)