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Old 24th September 2015   #1
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Default Cascade and Columbia torrent salamander news!

Looks like they may be getting endangered species protection!: Cascade and Columbia Torrent Salamanders May Get Endangered Species Act protection



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I am not sure i would list R. kezeri as a endangered species....i was in their habitat for only two days, and i found probably around 30+, many of which were simply along the stream banks or in the open in the stream. They appear to be extremely abundant in the right habitat. I might put them as vulnerable. Anyway, i suppose i probably don't know as much on the matter as scientists, but i thought i would throw my two cents in.



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