Common Names: Northern Two-lined Salamander
This small salamander resembles the more common Red-backed Salamander, however it has two yellow stripes running down its dorsal sides, which is not present in Red-backs. The 2-line also has a very long and thin tail, longer than its body.
Can be found under flat rocks in a shallow stream. They spend most of their active life in moving water. They can also be found along the edges of vernal pools and a variety of other habitats, including under rotting logs in damp forests.