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Spotting

Habitat:

under rocks in a freshwater stream

Notes:

It seems like it is either a Red Back Salamander or a Two-Lined Salamander.

3 Species ID Suggestions

Braelei
Braelei 8 years ago
Two-lined Salamander
Eurycea bislineata spp Two-lined Salamander, Eurycea bislineata spp.
TommyCopes
TommyCopes 8 years ago
Southern two lined salamander
Eurycea cirrigera


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4 Comments

Braelei
Braelei 8 years ago

No problem!

naturalist
naturalist 8 years ago

Thanks, that helps a lot. Yes it did have a bright yellow underbelly.

Braelei
Braelei 8 years ago

Two-lined, not tow-lined :P

Braelei
Braelei 8 years ago

I would suggest tow-lined. Red backs, when they don't have a red back, are more black than the yellow-brown you have here. Did you get a look at the underbelly? If it was a two lined it should have been bright yellow.

naturalist
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Norton, Ohio, USA

Spotted on Mar 15, 2012
Submitted on Mar 16, 2012

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