- 3-5 inches in length
- green markings on black background
- square-tipped toes
These salamanders are generally found in sandstone ledge crevices, under
rocks, rotting trees, and stumps. The flattened head and body are adapted
for getting around in tight places.
They range from extreme northeastern Mississippi through northern Alabama
and up through Tennessee, eastern Kentucky and most of West Virginia.
Georgia Wildlife Web
USGS Checklist of Amphibian Species and Identification Guide