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|date of photo Feb 2, 2002
location State Hwy. 10, Farmington (Washington County, Oregon, US)family Ambystomatidaenotes Two discovered at night crossing busy highway in rainy weather. Although potentially common, they are difficult to spot on road due to their small size and when moving they appear like a slug or Ensatina. When they are at rest they blend with asphalt so well as to disappear.photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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Long-toed Salamander, Eastern Long-toed Salamander, Santa Cruz Long-toed Salamander, Northern Long-toed Salamander, Western Long-toed Salamander, Southern Long-toed Salamander (AW )
Long-toed Salamander (photographer)
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