The ratio of tail length to total length varies from 20.38% to 25.07% (x¯ 5 0.2314 6 0.011, n 5 32) and is not sexually dimorphic (t 5 0.702, p 5 0.489). The Two-toed Amphiuma (Amphiuma means Garden, 1821) occurs in southeastern North America from eastern Virginia south to the tip of mainland Florida and west to eastern Louisiana (Salthe 1973; Conant and Collins 1998; Petranka 1998).The ecology of this large (>1 m total length) aquatic salamander has not been thoroughly studied anywhere in its range and little is known of its biology in Virginia. Natl. Type locality: "environs de la Nouvelle-Orléans, de la Floride, de la Géorgie et de la Caroline du sud", USA. View Bd and Bsal data (2 records). Hist. Nature Picture Library offers the best nature photographs and footage from the world's finest photographers, to license for commercial and creative use. Two-toed Amphiuma (Amphiuma means) Loading Boundaries. Types: Not designated, although presumably originally in the MNHNP. County List. The latter author suggested a 5 month incubation period. Two-toed Amphiuma ..... 74 Lesser Siren ... pertinent to eastern North Carolina, but may also be useful to resource managers in adjacent states. Tail length is linearly related to total length (tail length 5 23.37 + 0.237[total length], F 5 495.8, p , 0.001, r2 5 0.943). Amphiuma means; Lesser Siren _____ (Length: 6 to 15 inches) Siren intermedia; Greater Siren _____ (Length: 20 to 37.5 inches) Siren lacertina Siren lacertina is classified as near, or potentially, threatened in North Carolina. 66–68 66. variation in body weight. - Nature Picture Library amphiuma means This guide supplements the final report to the Legacy Resource Management Program by Mitchell (2002). and North Carolina eggs can be found in June and July (Brimley, 1910; Davison, 1895), while in southern Florida eggs in early developmental stages have been found in February, and may have been deposited in January (Weber, 1944). Amphiuma didactylum Cuvier, 1827, Mem. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website Name coined as a synonym of Nat. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science, 129(2), 2013, pp. Mus. More than 500,000 images and video clips online, from tigers to turtles and elephants to sharks. The three species of Amphiuma are similar but can be differentiated based on the number of toes (one, two, or three), coloration, ... U.S. state distribution from AmphibiaWeb's database: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia : View distribution map in BerkeleyMapper. Paris, 14: 4.