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|date of photo Oct 23, 2007
date collected Nov 23, 2007
this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
photo location Bird House, McCloud, California
animal's place of origin
Shasta-Trinity National Forest (Siskiyou County, California, US)family Arionidaeorder Stylommatophoraclass Gastropodahabitat downed wood in mixed coniferous forestnotes This was the 1 light-colored morph of an obvisously multi-colored Prophysaon dubium population in the vicinity of the Moosehead Project Area, where Tom Kirk, David Loya, Sandra Brown and myself conducted 10 days of intensive mollusk surveys on the STNF. Prophysaon dubium was commonly encountered but there were papillose blu-greys and this 1 blonde PRDU that David Loya found. Note the eyes are dark and there is some light melanism so not a true albino. Eyes would be pink therein.camera SONY Digital 1.6 megapixels to data card /no filmcontributor's ID # BRN-2007-MOLLUSK-STNF-001 From the collection of NRM-USFS-VOUCHERS-2007-2008 Specimen No. DL-NRM-001View all photos for this specimen
photo category: Animal - Invertebrate-Other
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