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Red-Spotted Newt data, Virginia, 2010-2011

Abstract: 
In March, 2010 and April, 2011, naturalist and her family returned to vernal pool site in George Washington National Forest, near Wolf Gap, at Judge Rye Road, to view Red-Spotted Newts there. At both visits, numerous Red-Spotted Newts were found. The scientific name is: Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens. Many egg masses were noted in the first visit and the vernal pool was larger by approximately three feet. During the second visit, egg masses were observed, as well as small polliwog-like creatures swimming about.
Access
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Freely available
Time period
Start year: 
2010
Taxonomy
Groups: 
Amphibians
Phenophases
Phenophases: 
Reproduction
Creator
First name: 
Melanie
Last name: 
La Force
Affiliation: 
Arlington Master Naturalists
Email: 
Hypolite@comcast.net
Phone: 
703-534-9767
Contact
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First name: 
Melanie
Last name: 
La Force
Affiliation: 
Arlington Master Naturalists
Email: 
Hypolite@comcast.net
Phone: 
703-534-9767
Recommended Citation
Recommended Citation: 
La Force, M. 2011, Red-Spotted Newt observasations in Vernal Pools at George Washington National Forest, Data 2010-2011, Data Contribution to the USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN).
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