Originally Posted by John
Desmognathus in Massachusetts don't have an aquatic larva, so if they are Plethodontids they have to be Eurycea bislineata or Gyrinophilus porphyriticus (and they look like Eurycea).
Hmm, I didn't know that.
I'm pretty sure that's not Eurycea Bislineata larvae. I've had one before. It had visible stripes going the length its sides and had visible feathery gills
It does have gills, they're just pressed against the head because it is out of water.