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Posted By Kaysie [Profile] [Photos] Category Gyrinophilus
Original Filesize 482.0 KB Original Dimensions 1535 x 1015
Date Posted 10th April 2008 Number Of Views 833
Number Of Comments 2 Average Rating 3.67
Title Gyrinophilus porphyriticus
Description These guys have the coolest eyes. I'm sad I didn't get pictures of them. This was the second salamander we found (the first being a Slimy). Great Smoky Mountains National Park
File Name DSC_2205.JPG File Size 493605 Bytes
File Date 2008:04:10 10:29:57 Camera Make NIKON CORPORATION
Camera Model NIKON D50 Date/Time 2008:03:03 09:23:20
Resolution 1535 x 1015 Flash Used Yes (Auto, return light detected)
Focal Length 70.0mm (35mm Equivalent: 105mm) Exposure Time 0.0080 s (1/125)
Aperture f/5.6 White Balance Auto
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Gyrinophilus porphyriticus

How did you find him, stick your arm all the way into the mud and just root around?
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True story: Richard said "That's a cool rock" and flipped it over and voila. He found more salamanders than I did.
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