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Section 3.6: Native Salamanders

[Adopted February 20, 2008]

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§3.6 Native Salamanders

3.6 Native salamanders.

(a) "Definitions." For purposes of this section, "native salamanders" shall mean all life stages, including eggs, of the following species: eastern hellbender, mudpuppy, marbled salamander, Jefferson salamander, blue-spotted salamander, spotted salamander, eastern tiger salamander, red-spotted newt, northern dusky salamander, mountain dusky salamander, redback salamander, northern slimy salamander, Wehrle's salamander, four-toed salamander, northern spring salamander, northern red salamander, northern two-lined salamander, and longtail salamander.

(b) "Open season." None.