Four new host records for endoparasites of the dark-sided salamander, Eurycea longicauda melanopleura, and 2 new host records for the cave salamander, Eurycea lucifuga, from 2 cave systems in Independence County, Arkansas, U.S.A., are reported. Ten of 13 (77%) dark-sided salamanders harbored 1 or more of 4 parasite species, including 5 (38%) with Cepedietta michiganensis, 2 (15%) with Bothriocephalus rarus, 5 (38%) with Oswaldocruzia euryceae, and 1 (8%) with Cosmocercoides variabilis. All represent new host records. Two of 5 (40%) cave salamanders were infected, including 1 (20%) with C. michiganensis (new host record) and 1 (20%) with a dual infection of C. variabilis (new host record) and O. euryceae.
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