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|date of photo Jul 1, 1998
location Sixty Lake Basin, Kings Canyon National Park (Fresno County, California, US)family Hylidaenotes This is the most common color morph in the Sixty Lake Basin, elevation 11,000 ft.photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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