The Three-lined Salamander is a long bodied, brook salamander that can be found throughout Mississippi. They can be found in wooded streams, seeps, swamps, and even relatively far from water flows. They are much longer than two-lined salamanders and can be up to 7 inches in total length. E. guttolineata is yellow-golden with three dark lines on the back and various dark spotting.
- Yellow body with three dark lines, long tail
Wooded streams, swamps, lowlands, seepages (Powell et al., 2016)
Generally utilizes natural structures like rocks and logs for shelter
Various small invertebrates