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Blue Ridge Two-lined Salamander

Eurycea wilderae

Description:

This yellow guy has dark spots and stripes down his back. He looks very much like a ripe banana. This particular one was about 4-5" long. He has webbed feet with knobby toes. My daughter stroked his back and found him a little slimy.

Habitat:

Hiding in decaying leaves on top of a small mountain in East Tennessee.

Notes:

My daughter and I have named this guy a new name: the bananamander.

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1 Comment

cobalttoad
cobalttoad a year ago

Bananamander, very apeeling name 😂

pittmandalorian
Spotted by
pittmandalorian

Sevierville, Tennessee, United States

Spotted on Jul 6, 2021
Submitted on Sep 27, 2021

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