Only found in extreme northeast Mississippi. Inhabits rocky streamsides and entrances to caves (Powell et al., 2016). Slightly longer than Eurycea guttolineata (Three-lined Salamander), generally with a darker yellow-orange hue and darker sides. Many black spots on sides and black barring on tail.
- Yellow/yellow-orange body
- Dark spots on sides as well as dark bars on tail (separates from cave salamander)
- No middorsal line (separates form Three-lined Salamander)
Eastern Long-tailed Salamander (Euycea longicauda longicauda)
Rocky, often sloped streamsides, cave openings, sometimes ponds (Powell et al., 2016)
Generally utilizes natural structures like rocks and logs for shelter
Various small invertebrates