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|Photographer: David Wake
Organization: Museum of Vertebrate Zoology
ID: 1111 1111 1111 0750 (2001-12-28)
Copyright © 2001 David Wake
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|date of photo Jun 6, 2001
this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
photo location Berkeley, CA
animal's place of origin
Ab-Anar spr, 3 km E Ahoo-Bourand, 15 km NNW Chalat, Khuzestan Prof. Iran. 1430 m, 32°56.37' N, 48°15.35'E (Iran, Islamic Republic of)family Salamandridaenotes Ted Papenfuss found this species to be fairly common; over 50 were encountered in less than an hour in the outflow from this large spring in May, 2001. The site is located in a remote part of the Zagros Mountains and is rarely encountered. Almost unknown in museum collections. The spring is located in arid, rocky mountains with sparse oak forest.camera Nikon 990contributor's ID # NekaTJPventer1 photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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