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Old 12th April 2017   #1
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Default Ambystoma jeffersonianum +Plethodon cinereus

So I was digging up worms in the yard during a little rain today and i ran into the first salamanders of the season for me! I took some pics, so far this season have found some jeffersons and some red backed. Literally every rock i lifted had two of these guys under it!
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Old 25th May 2017   #2
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Yeah I find almost nothing under rocks at this one creek, and then 5 miles away I can go to this other creek and there is a salamander under every rock.



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