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No problem. You have to see the scales under the tail and around the mouth to be able to get a specific ID on them. I would just go with Plestiodon spp.
My bad. Finger must have slipped on the app. I know skinks are reptiles haha. I didn't realize all those looked the same as juvies. I'll switch it to a broader species ID. Thanks.
We also 3 species ( Common five-lined, Southeastern five-lined and broad-headed) that look identical when they are young in Tennessee. I am curious as to how you determined which species this was?
This is a reptile and not an amphibian. I have moved it to the correct category for you.
Welcome to Project Noah LaurenLNice first spotting,congrats and thanks for sharingWe hope you like the site as much we do; there are many features you can explore:We invite you to go to http://www.projectnoah.org/faq where you will find the purpose and “rules” of Project Noah.There is a blog http://blog.projectnoah.org/ where we post articles from spotters with special insight into different organisms. Look at the global and local missions to put your spottings into: http://www.projectnoah.org/missionsEnjoy yourself,see you arround :)
Spotted on Jul 21, 2015 Submitted on Oct 12, 2015