Fairly common in the western third of North Carolina in cold streams, caves, springs, etc. Adults are brownish-orange to salmon-pink above with pale eye and a pale line extending from eye to corner of snout.
|Spring Salamander (Gyrinophilus porphyriticus)|
Mt. Mitchell State Park, Yancey Co., NC
13 Sep 2008
This larva was between 3 & 4 inches long. Note the squared off snout.
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