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Old 5th December 2017   #1
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So, I went by a house to winterize it for the remainder of the year and decided to hike down to a nearby creek and flip some rocks. Found a Pickerel Frog ( Lithobates palustris) , Blue Ridge Two-Lined Salamander (Eurycea wilderae), and some Spotted and Northern Duskies ( Desmognathus fuscus/conant, And a Redback Salamander. Here are the images in no particular order.
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If you are wondering why the redback does not have a red back, It was currently in leadback phase.



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No marbled salamanders?



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Nice stuff! That Pickerel Frog looks like it needs to go on a diet!



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