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Old 6th January 2010   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: Batrachoseps what?

Location is probably the best indicator of species for Batrachoseps. And as previously stated, there is only one that occurs in Humboldt. B. attenuatus is the most variable in color... I have seen black, brown, red and yellow under one rock in my parent's backyard in contra costa county. I have also found an albino?/leucistic specimen in their yard?

I recently found one that was blue... sorta...
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