Southern Two-lined Salamander
The southern two-lined salamander is a species which is not observed much to establish facts regarding it. The scientific name ‘cirrigera’ means with a lot of hair, probably referring to the hairy nose and lips of the adult male salamander.
|2.5-4.7 in (6.35-12 cm)
|Light brown body with two distinctive black lines on the body
|Swamps, freshwater springs, rivers and temperate forests
|Insects, mollusks, crustaceans, and copepods
|Mode of Reproduction
|IUCN Conservation Status