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|date of photo Jan 27, 2006
location Second abandoned road tunout at Mill Creek, off Hwy 101, (Del Norte County, California, US)family Rhyacotritonidaehabitat this one under downed woody debris on abandoned road off Highway 101notes Del Norte County Salamander Distribution Surveys, with Alan Barron. Male has swollen vent lobes. These (N=2) adult males were under terrestrial wood peices far from any running water (50 to 150 meters at least). In Redwood Forest. They seem in breeding condition from swollen vent lobes.camera Sony Digital on Macro Functioncontributor's ID # 2006-27 JAN-RHVA- MILL CRK #040-BRN photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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Southern Torrent Salamander (AW )
Southern Torrent Salamander (photographer)
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