Home Animals
Ambistoma

Ambistoma

The images you see on this page have been generated by AI - they are not real images of Ambistoma, but they are great nonetheless! :)
2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 16 seconds

What kind of animal is Ambistoma?

Creepy looking creature with big eyes and large arms
Strange creature with a large head and large eyes in a dark cave with a glowing light on its face
Black and white photo of a dragon in a dark forest with a full moon in the background and a mountain in the distance
Character from the video game masters of the ring
Close up of a stuffed animal alligator with its mouth open and teeth wide open
Close up of a green and black animal with its mouth open and teeth out on a tree branch
Drawing of a dinosaur with its mouth open and teeth wide open
Ambystoma is a genus of salamanders from the family Ambystomatidae.

They are endemic to North America and prefer moist habitats.

These salamanders lead a secretive life, hiding in burrows or under rocks.

They feed on worms and other small invertebrates.

Some species of Ambystoma are neotenic, meaning they do not undergo metamorphosis and reproduce in their juvenile form.

The most famous example is the axolotl (A.mexicanum), which is widely used in research due to its ability to regenerate limbs and other organs.

Ambystoma salamanders have wide, protruding eyes, prominent costal grooves, and thick arms.

Most have vivid patterns on dark backgrounds, with marks ranging from deep blue spots to large yellow bars depending on the species.

Ambystoma salamanders are oviparous and lay large eggs in clumps in the water.

Their fully aquatic larvae have three pairs of external gills behind their heads and above their gill slits.

Larvae have large caudal fins, which extend from the back of their heads to their tails and to their cloacae.

Larvae grow limbs soon after hatching, with four toes on the forearms, and five toes on the hind legs.

Their eyes are wide-set and lack true eyelids.

During metamorphosis, the gills of the larvae disappear, as do the fins.

Their tails, skin, and limbs become thicker, and the eyes develop lids.

Their lungs become fully developed, allowing for a fully terrestrial existence.

Example of the color palette for the image of Ambistoma

Picture with primary colors of Cadet, Laurel green, Dark jungle green, Pale brown and Goldenrod
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 5010-B10G
NCS S 8005-B80G
RAL Classic
RAL 7031
RAL 7032
RAL 8022
RAL 1036
RAL 1012
RAL Design
RAL 240 40 10
RAL 110 70 10
RAL 160 20 20
RAL 050 50 20
Author:

Continue browsing posts in category "Animals"
You may find these posts interesting:
Ambistoma
6
0
1
8
0
Ambistoma
Addax
3
0
1
8
2
Addax
Agouti
3
0
1
7
0
Agouti
Aguya
1
0
1
6
1
Aguya
Babirussa
1
0
1
6
0
Babirussa
Australobarbar
3
0
1
9
0
Australobarbar
Cat
242
0
24
317
0
Cat
Dog
11
0
14
184
0
Dog
Home
Terms of Service
Contact Us

© 2023 Snargl.com