Reproduction occurs in ponds, small lakes, and slow-moving streams. It is assumed that the delicate-skinned salamander breeds during the onset of summer rains, though this information is not certain. (1) Once the eggs have been laid, they are left alone to develop, with no further involvement from either parent. (2)
- 1. “Ambystoma bombypellum.” Mexico Herpetology. January 27th, 2006. Retrieved on 1/16/11. http://www.mexico-herps.com/caudata/ambystoma/ambystoma-bombypellum.
- 2.“Delicate-skinned Salamander (Ambystoma bombypellum).” EDGE: Evoluntionarily Distinct & Globally Endangered. Retrieved on 1/7/11. http://www.edgeofexistence.org/amphibians/species_info.php?id=555.
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