We had a duplicate version of this image from Flickr, and it had the following caption: Adult from western North Carolina. This region hosts the hybrid zone between Plethodon teyahalee and Plethodon shermani, and most of the animals found represent "mutts" of some variety. This individual, however, was found at a low elevation and lacked (most) of the red legs characteristic of P. shermani. It is as "pure" of a P. teyahalee as I have seen so far. I've hidden the Flickr version but want to be sure that the rich inforrmation in the caption is available.