||Known at Selworthy c1950 but no recent records.
||More terrestrial than other species; easily confused with
Palmate Newt which is the common Exmoor newt. No recent records.
||Breeds in shallow water, puddles, ponds and garden pools,
also in brackish water. Occurs on the moor and on coastal marsh.
Adults found in various habitats near breeding sites.
||Widespread and common in various fairly dry places except
in breeding season when it seeks ponds and pools on moorland
||Very common in damp places.