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Old 4th March 2015   #1
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Default Name this species?

I found this one under some leaf litter along side a smaller creek in Ottawa, Ontario. Anyone have an idea of what kind?
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Old 5th March 2015   #2
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Looks like some kind of Plethodon. Maybe Plethodon cinereus? I think they can have a coloration like that. Someone with more experience in that area could probably give a better ID.



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Eastern redback salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Other plethodontids occur in Ontario and Quebec, but the redback is the only one in that area, and the only one which looks like this [albeit a dark color phase].



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