Pseudoeurycea kuautli Campbell, Brodie, Blancas-Hernández, and Smith, 2013

Class: Amphibia > Order: Caudata > Family: Plethodontidae > Subfamily: Hemidactyliinae > Genus: Pseudoeurycea > Species: Pseudoeurycea kuautli

Pseudoeurycea kuautli Campbell, Brodie, Blancas-Hernández, and Smith, 2013, S. Am. J. Herpetol., 8: 198. Holotype: UTA A-62215, by original designation. Type locality: "near La Ola, Guerrero, Mexico (17.65826 N, 100.87699 W; . . .). This locality is in the western portion of the Sierra Madre del Sur at 1910 m." ZooBank publication registration: DBF6A5E8-7BB2-483A-B6B0-6658E876696B. 

English Names

 Adler’s Mountain Salamander (original publication). 

Adler's False Brook Salamander (Raffaëlli, 2022, Salamanders & Newts of the World: 623).


Known only from the type locality (pine-oak woodland near La Ola, Guerrero, Mexico, in the western part of the Sierra Madre del Sur, at 1910 m elevation). 

Geographic Occurrence

Natural Resident: Mexico

Endemic: Mexico


Similar and likely closely related to Pseudoeurycea amuzga, according to the original publication. Raffaëlli, 2022, Salamanders & Newts of the World: 623–624, provided an account, summarizing systematics, life history, population status, and distribution (including a polygon map). 

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