I found this in a small pool with a much larger and darker Desmognathus Fuscus. I have finally decided that this is a young Desmognathus Fuscus and looking for some verification from others. These being the best pictures I could get, having been hovering over water, they will have to do. It clearly has larger back legs from one of the pictures.
Under cover object in small ephemeral stream.
Moving about on large rocks on edge of creek.
Forest floor about 10m from large creek
Desmognathus fuscus is an amphibian in the lungless salamander family. The species is commonly called the dusky salamander or northern dusky salamander to distinguish it from populations in the southern United States which form a separate species, the southern dusky salamander (D. auriculatus). It can be found in eastern North America from extreme eastern Canada in New Brunswick south into the panhandle of Florida and west to Louisiana. The size of the species' total population is...