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|date of photo Feb 2007
date collected Jul 28, 1993
this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
photo location Lab, Crescent City, now in Humboldt State Univ. Collect
animal's place of origin
Lost Man Creek (Humboldt County, California, US)family Ascaphidaehabitat under boulder in creeknotes Found during graduate student Seth Pouge's Dicamptodon tenebrosus study in NW California, 1993, when I worked for Humboldt State University Foundation as Herpetologist in field for 2 months July-August. This one egg was 1 of 8 torn off a tailed frog clutch by juvenile salmonid (trout) juveniles when the nest was found during a Dicamptodon survey. Now preserved; will be in Humboldt State University Collection in 2007.camera Sony Digital with Macro Functioncontributor's ID # BRN-1993-ASTR-ova 3-2007 photo category: Animal - Amphibian
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ANIMAL
Coastal Tailed Frog, Western Tailed Frog (AW )
Coast Tailed Frog Ova (photographer)
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