Observed under natural woody debris. It was along a spring fed stream
Found under a sandstone rock on a slope, adjacent to gully created by spring-fed stream at 09:42.
Observed under natural wood debris adjacent to spring-fed stream, within a forested natural gully at 09:16.
Observed under natural wood debris adjacent to spring-fed stream, within a forested natural gully at 09:11.
This salamander was found during the day under a rock in a residential neighborhood in southeast Pittsburgh, PA.
Found under rocks on this hillside slope.
I believe these to be ravine salamanders but have never taken good photos of the undersides before to be certain. I have never seen photos to clarify what the undersides should look like as opposed to lead-backed forms of red-backed salamanders. Also included is a set of eggs found in the middle of this population.
The Northern Ravine Salamander (Plethodon electromorphus) is a species of salamander in the Plethodontidae family. It is endemic to the United States.