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Another marbled sally... they are just so photogenic :)
This species is the only mole salamander (ambystomatid) in the southeast that guards their clutch once their eggs are laid. They are especially easy to photograph if they do have eggs nearby, because they won't leave them for anything!
Lat: 33.78, Long: -80.78
Spotted on Jun 30, 2010
Submitted on Sep 14, 2011