Jasper Co., South Carolina. March 13, 1999.
We were heading inland on some incredibly busy two-lane road when someone spotted a piece of plywood laying next to a ditch, and after some jinking around through heavy traffic, we managed to turn around and pull over. Tracey and Ken checked it out and found a talpoideum there, practically in someone’s front yard. You just never know.
I generally see a few talpoideum each autumn in southern Illinois, under logs along the edges of cypress swamps.
My Flickr album for this species is here.
HerpMapper records for this species are here.