So we took just a small walk today and this is what we found. First up is this little guy a Red-backed Salamander - (Plethodon cinereus): Then another larger Red-backed Salamander - (Plethodon cinereus). We found several of these guys today. To me the most exciting find of the day is this Millipede - (Narceus Americanus/annularis): And again the same - Millipede - (Narceus Americanus/annularis): Interesting Factoid: Millipedes are worm-like bugs called arthropods. Certain types of millipedes release a harmful substance (toxin) if they are threatened or if you handle them roughly. Millipedes can squirt toxin several inches. Source of the factoid: Millipede venom Not to much, but not to bad for such a small hike. I still have yet to find any snakes this year. Hope you enjoy the photos. All of the above photos was taken at Gunpowder Falls State Park.