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Wehrle's salamander

Plethodon wehrlei


A slender dark purple-blackish salamander with white flecks and yellow blotches. It measured approximately 7 mm.


It was found crossing a paved road close to a rocky bluff.


The location is inexact on purpose as this is a rare species. It was found in Campbell County, TN. "As this is a sensitive species, and like all species, is worthy of our protection, the locality information has been altered to protect this organism."

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1 Comment

BrendanSmith 8 years ago

Great series!! love this little one

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La Follette, Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Sep 26, 2013
Submitted on Sep 29, 2013

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