Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens)

Series of top view illustrations of the Eastern Newt

The eastern newt, Notophthalmus viridescens, is a common newt in eastern North America; they are also common aquarium pets, either collected from the wild or sold commercially. They reside in small lakes, ponds, streams, or nearby wet forests. Their production of tetrodotoxin makes the species inedible to predatory fish and crayfish. Eastern newts have three stages of life, the aquatic larva or tadpole, the red eft or terrestrial juvenile states, and the aquatic adult. In their juvenile phase, they are bright orange and land-dwelling and eventually turn a dull olive green, with a dull yellow belly in the adult stage.

The Eastern Newt has an overall length between 2.36”-3.94” (6-10 cm), body width of .24”-.39” (.6-1 cm), body height of .28”-.47” (.7-1.2 cm), and weight between .18-.39 oz (5-11 g). The typical lifespan of the Eastern Newt is between 12-15 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
.28”-.47” | .7-1.2 cm
Width:
.24”-.39” | .6-1 cm
Depth:
Length:
2.36”-3.94” | 6-10 cm
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Weight:
.18-.39 oz | 5-11 g
Area:
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Scientific Name:
Notophthalmus viridescens
Lifespan:
12-15 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Eastern Newt top view, side

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Salamandridae is a family of small to medium terrestrial or aquatic salamanders and newts in the amphibian class. Most species of salamandridae have brightly colored skin that excretes toxins through numerous poision glands—resulting in rough textured skin.

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.35”-.39” | .9-1 cm
.35”-.39” | .9-1 cm
9.06”-9.84” | 23-25 cm
.6-5.3 oz | 17-150 g
60-100 years
Olm | Proteus
1.000
1.000
25.000
0.150
100.00
52100
3D
Olm | Proteus
.71”-.91” | 1.8-2.3 cm
.79”-1.1” | 2-2.8 cm
5.91”-7.87” | 15-20 cm
2.1-4.6 oz | 60-130 g
14-25 years
Tiger Salamander
2.300
2.800
20.000
0.130
25.00
23700
3D
Tiger Salamander
.71”-1.18” | 1.8-3 cm
.59”-.98” | 1.5-2.5 cm
5.91”-9.84” | 15-25 cm
.4-.6 oz | 11-17 g
20-30 years
Spotted Salamander
3.000
2.500
25.000
0.017
30.00
12900
3D
Spotted Salamander
.28”-.47” | .7-1.2 cm
.24”-.39” | .6-1 cm
2.36”-3.94” | 6-10 cm
.18-.39 oz | 5-11 g
12-15 years
Eastern Newt
1.200
1.000
10.000
0.011
15.00
6000
3D
Eastern Newt
.31”-.55” | .8-1.4 cm
.28”-.47” | .7-1.2 cm
2.75”-4.72” | 7-12 cm
.05-.23 oz | 1.4-6.4 g
15-30 years
Alpine Newt
1.400
1.200
12.000
0.006
30.00
3200
3D
Alpine Newt
.51”-.83” | 1.3-2.1 cm
.47”-.79” | 1.2-2 cm
4.72”-7.87” | 12-20 cm
.21-.39 oz | 6-11 g
15-30 years
California Newt
2.100
2.000
20.000
0.011
30.00
2700
3D
California Newt
.79”-1.25” | 2-3.2 cm
.98”-1.57” | 2.5-4 cm
7.87”-13” | 20-33 cm
4-5.5 lb | 1.8-2.5 kg
10-30 years
Common Mudpuppy
3.200
4.000
33.000
0.003
30.00
2350
3D
Common Mudpuppy
.51”-.83” | 1.3-2.1 cm
.43”-.71” | 1.1-1.8 cm
4.33”-7.09” | 11-18 cm
.12-.18 oz | 3.5-5 g
6-20 years
Jefferson Salamander
2.100
1.800
18.000
0.005
20.00
2200
3D
Jefferson Salamander
.87”-1.42” | 2.2-3.6 cm
1.57”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
9.45”-15.75” | 24-40 cm
4-6 lb | 1.8-2.7 kg
12-30 years
Eastern Hellbender
3.600
7.000
40.000
0.003
30.00
2050
3D
Eastern Hellbender
.43”-.59” | 1.1-1.5 cm
.35”-.55” | .9-1.4 cm
4.72”-6.69” | 12-17 cm
.13-.15 oz | 3.6-4.2 g
6-20 years
Slimy Salamander
1.500
1.400
17.000
0.004
20.00
1250
3D
Slimy Salamander
.31”-.71” | .8-1.8 cm
.24”-.47” | .6-1.2 cm
2.36”-5.51” | 6-14 cm
.16-.46 oz | 4.5-13 g
10-15 years
Northern Dusky Salamander
1.800
1.200
14.000
0.013
15.00
650
3D
Northern Dusky Salamander