Oh hellz yes... good luck with them and put me on the wait list. P. Ruber has pretty much been my dream project for years, got an empty 40B on the todo list and an AC unit I'm willing to modify and run year around.Black chinned red salamander ( Pseudotriton ruber schencki)
Mike,They like to hide a lot. A ten gallon or 15 long would be fine. I just snapped some quick pictures. They are a little wiggly for me to get a good chin shot without some work.
Due to new clarifications of Pa. reptile and amphibian regulations I can keep them. Since fish and boat lists P. ruber ruber to the subspecies level as restricted it is legal for me to keep other subspecies of P. ruber. I chose the P. ruber schencki because it is easy to see the black chin.
I'll try to sex out a trio to keep for myself.