Adults and eggs in headwater stream.
Where the water wasn’t pooled the creek was only about a meter wide. I found 2 streamside sals here, and one rock with two sets of eggs.
I didn’t travel very far as I would have liked along the stream because after a while I was in people’s backyards.
The Streamside Salamander can be found in upland deciduous forest in regions of rolling topography, mostly in areas with limestone bedrock, a few in non-calcareous regions with sandstone and shale (Kraus and Petranka 1989). Adults are usually found underground, under rocks, leaves, logs, etc. Breeds most frequently in first- and second-order streams. Typically deposits eggs singly on undersides of flat rocks in pools and (less often) runs. Less frequently breeds in ponds. Most successful in streams...