Heather Triton (Triturus marmoratus). Urodelos Amphibians Vertebrates animal Kingdom. Wildlife. Fauna. Natural Patrimony Aragonese. Aragon. Spain.
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Heather Triton (Triturus marmoratus). Urodelos Amphibians Vertebrates animal Kingdom. Wildlife.



It lives in a wide variety of environments, being distributed throughout most of the Iberian Peninsula, except for the Southeast and Spanish Levante. In Aragon we can locate it in the Pre-Pyrenean mountains (Guara, Santo Domingo, San Juan de la Peña), some Pyrenean valleys (Oza, Ansó, Canfranc), some points of the Five Villas (Ejea, Tauste, Uncastillo), Hoya de Huesca, Moncayo and Valle del Ebro (Zaragoza, Cartuja Baja, Pastriz, Fuentes de Ebro, Sástago, ...), being practically absent from regions such as Monegros or the entire province from Teruel.

Currently, where the regression of the species is most pronounced is in the towns of the Ebro Valley, especially those where their usual breeding sites are communicated -through irrigation or ditches- with the Ebro river or the Imperial Canal. Since it is a newt linked to the aquatic environment, its expansion has been parallel to that of river courses, both natural and artificial (ponds, wells, siphons, ditches), this being the same path followed by the Procambarus clarkii in its distribution.

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As an example, suffice it to say that in the Natural Reserve of the Galachos de la Alfranca de Pastriz, La Cartuja and the Burgo de Ebro, until 10 years ago, their troops were abundant and well known by the irrigators of adjacent fields. At present, they are considered virtually extinct.

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El Triton Project launched by ANSAR is conducting assisted breeding for the recovery of this species.



Other information about fauna in Aragón:

A small list of species in Aragon would be the following:

Vertebrates Invertebrates

Mammals

Birds

Reptiles

Amphibians

Fishes

Metazoans

Protozoa

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Also Aragon enjoys a diverse and varied Nature where passing by plants, animals, Geology, or landscapes we can arrive at a fantastic bestiario that lives in its monuments.

The information will not be complete without a stroll by its three provinces, with shutdown in some of its spectacular landscapes like Ordesa, the Moncayo, Monegros or by opposition the Ebro.

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