Living both on land and in water, amphibians like the larch
mountain salamander
(Plethodon larselii)
are a good indicator of an environment’s health. Larch mountain salamanders are
one of the smallest salamanders in the park at only 4 inches long (10.5 cm)
from head to tail. The larch mountain salamander is federally listed as a Species
of Concern.

NPS/A.Anderson photo ~kl

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