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  • French
    • salamandre à deux lignes
    • salamandre à deux lignes
  • Scientific Names
    • Eurycea bislineata
    • Eurycea bislineata bislineata
    • Eurycea bislineata rivicola
    • Salamandra bislineata
  • English
    • Northern Two-lined Salamander
    • Two-lined Salamander

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What

Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Date

August 31, 2015 01:55 PM EDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Number of Individuals Seen: 3

Weather Conditions: Mostly sunny, 26 degrees C.

Habitat Type: Creek bank.

Behavior Observed: Under cover (small rocks).

Description: Adults.

Additional Comments:

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Date

July 12, 2012

Description

Found by Troy Hibbitts

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

dpalmeri

Date

September 18, 2014

Description

Observed under a rock adjacent to a running stream.

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

dpalmeri

Date

May 28, 2014

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Found under debris adjacent to a stream at 10:49.

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

wildmanhartzel

Date

August 20, 2015 09:49 AM EDT

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

lang

Date

August 2, 2015

Place

My house (Google, OSM)

Description

Saw 1 salamander nymph in the water; I tried to catch it with a net, but it was very quick to dive under new rocks after I removed the rock that it was hiding under.

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

cmsherwell

Date

November 6, 2011 11:51 AM EST

Place

Jericho,VT (Google, OSM)

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

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vjoleary

Date

July 30, 2015 02:49 PM EDT

Description

More larvae specimens found after kick sample

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

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pete_woods

Date

July 28, 2015 02:07 PM EDT

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

jockusch

Date

July 25, 2015 03:30 PM EDT

Description

Found on herp. outreach walk; Desmognathus fuscus on left in photo, Eurycea bislineata on right

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

lrodriguez

Date

July 24, 2015 06:37 PM EDT

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Northern Two-lined Salamander Eurycea bislineata

Observer

tortuga_rapido

Date

July 8, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)
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Description from Wikipedia

The northern two-lined salamander (Eurycea bislineata) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family found in Canada and the United States. Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, rivers, intermittent rivers, freshwater marshes, freshwater springs, arable land, and urban areas. It is more water-oriented than the related northern redback salamander, and can often be found in and around water such as rain puddles, streams, swamps, and damp stream beds, whereas the northern redback tends...

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Conservation Summary

  • North Carolina, US
    Significantly Rare: Any species which has not been listed by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission as an Endangered, Threatened, or Special Concern species, but which exists in the state (or recently occurred in the state) in small numbers and has been determined by the N.C. Natural Heritage Program to need monitoring. (This is a N.C. Natural Heritage Program designation.) Significantly Rare species include "peripheral" species, whereby North Carolina lies at the periphery of the species' range (such as Hermit Thrush), as well as species of historical occurrence with some likelihood of re-discovery in the state. Species considered extirpated in the state, with little likelihood of re-discovery, are given no N.C. Status (unless already listed by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission as E, T, or SC).
Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.