and other bits of it as well.
No interactions present.
I think you are right about the species, but for the wrong reason. In Palmate Newt, it is only the male in breeding condition that has webbed *hind* feet (you have shown the front foot in closeup). Females, juvs, and out-of-season males lack webbing.
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Excellent photos, agree with Syrphus about id.
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