Pendleton Co., West Virginia. April 22, 2006.
“Fortunately the rain slacked off after twenty minutes or so, because I was finding some salamanders here. First up were several Slimy Salamanders under logs. Here in the northeastern counties of West Virginia, these were Plethodon cylindraceus, the White-spotted Slimy Salamander. Although most forms in the glutinosus complex have white spots, these specimens came with large and well defined round white spots, and were quite pretty.”
– The Great Salamander Swing
HerpMapper records for this species are here.