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Old 6th January 2010   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: Batrachoseps what?

Also... what you found were not Ensatina eschsholtzii eschscholtzii because the location is all wrong. Humboldt has an integrade between E. picta and E. oregonensis. Like the B attenuatus they are extremely variable in color from individual to individual.

I suggest Robert Stebbins' "Peterson guide to reptiles and amphibians of the western US"... sleep with it under your pillow...

here is a map I illustrated of ensatina distribution... no integrades though...
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