More than 100 sub-adult Anji Salamander released into the wild

2020-08-10 15:32:27 source: China Blue APP


On July 30, in Longtangshan area of Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve, Zhejiang Province, the staff of the nature reserve and the research team of Zhejiang Museum of Natural History released more than 100 imitating ecotype sub-adult Anji Salamander into the wild.

 

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The release of Anji Salamander is one of the important contents of the protection project of the endangered animal hynobius amjiensis issued by the Zhejiang Forestry Bureau, which is carried out by Zhejiang Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve Administration together with Zhejiang Museum of Natural History.

 

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Anji Salamanders are endemic to China. In 2012, the eggs of the hynobius amjiensis were discovered in Zhejiang’s Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve for the first time, which confirmed that a certain population of hynobius amjiensis distributed in the nature reserve. This is the first time for Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve to release the imitating ecotype sub-adult hynobius amjiensis. These hynobius amjiensises will be put into multiple breeding puddles for reproduction.


(Compiled by Xu Yuhong, translated by Tao Mingzhou)

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On July 30, in Longtangshan area of Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve, Zhejiang Province, the staff of the nature reserve and the research team of Zhejiang Museum of Natural History released more than 100 imitating ecotype sub-adult Anji Salamander into the wild.

 

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The release of Anji Salamander is one of the important contents of the protection project of the endangered animal hynobius amjiensis issued by the Zhejiang Forestry Bureau, which is carried out by Zhejiang Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve Administration together with Zhejiang Museum of Natural History.

 

微信图片_20200731140430.jpg


Anji Salamanders are endemic to China. In 2012, the eggs of the hynobius amjiensis were discovered in Zhejiang’s Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve for the first time, which confirmed that a certain population of hynobius amjiensis distributed in the nature reserve. This is the first time for Qingliangfeng National Nature Reserve to release the imitating ecotype sub-adult hynobius amjiensis. These hynobius amjiensises will be put into multiple breeding puddles for reproduction.


(Compiled by Xu Yuhong, translated by Tao Mingzhou)

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