Three new slender salamanders (Batrachoseps) with a discussion of relationships and speciation within the genus

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Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History , [Los Angeles]
Relictual slender salamander., Kern Canyon slender salamander., Tehachapi slender salamander., Slender salamanders -- Classifica
Statement[by] Arden H. Brame, Jr. and Keith F. Murray.
GenreClassification.
SeriesBulletin of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History., no. 4
ContributionsMurray, Keith F.
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LC ClassificationsQH1 .L982 no. 4, QL668.C274 .L982 no. 4
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4603569M
LC Control Number77366680

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Three new slender salamanders (Batrachoseps) with a discussion of relationships and speciation within the genus. [Los Angeles] Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arden H Brame; Keith F Murray.

Batrachoseps is a genus of lungless salamanders (Plethodontids) often called Slender can be distinguished from other lungless salamanders by the four toes they have on each foot. Their genus name Batracho-seps means "frog-lizard", in reference to their projectile : Amphibia.

Secretive, nocturnal, and little known, salamanders are often the most abundant vertebrates on the forest floor. This comprehensive volume, the first survey published sincedescribes the ecology, evolution, biodiversity, behavior, and natural history of recognized species of salamanders found in the United States and Canada, from newts and sirens to waterdogs and by: Jr.

and his colleague Keith Murray described three new species of so-called "slender salamanders" of the genus Batrachoseps from Kern County. Batrachoseps is a genus of plethodontid salamanders, lungless and fully independent of surface water.

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These guys are truly badass, such a shame so many of them die during this 3 book omnibus. I am not gonna go into too much detail seeing as there happens quite alot.4/5.

Not so with desert slenders: estimates of the subspecies' total numbers seem to top out at around The total known area of desert slender salamander habitat is less than two acres, most of it in Guadalupe Canyon near La Quinta -- and that canyon has historically low salamander density compared to the real desert slender hotspot in Hidden Palms Canyon near Palm Desert.

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They typically have slender bodies, short legs, and long tails. Usually found in moist or arid habitats in the northern hemisphere, most salamanders are small, although there are two species that reach up.

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Get this from a library. New species of slender salamanders, Batrachoseps (Amphibia, Plethodontidae), from the Sierra Nevada of California. [Elizabeth L Jockusch; David B Wake; Kay P Yanev; Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.] -- Slender salamanders, genus Batrachoseps (Caudata: Plethodontidae), are a taxonomically difficult group widely distributed in California as well as in Oregon.

The California slender salamander's body resembles a worm, and it has four toes on each of its four feet. With a long tail and agile movements, it is an intriguing and popular pet with reptile enthusiasts.

This genre of salamander is readily available for purchase at many exotic pet stores. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. A new species of Batrachoseps (slender salamander) from the desert of southern California (slender salamander) from the desert of southern California by Arden H Brame.

Publication date A small slim salamander, with 18 - 19 costal grooves. Short limbs, a narrow head, long slender body, very long tail, and conspicuous costal and caudal grooves give this species the worm-like appearance typical of most Slender Salamanders.

Description: Size (From B. relictus) Adults are 1 3/8 - 1 7/8 inches long ( - cm) from snout to vent.: Appearance: A small slim salamander with costal grooves.

Short limbs, a long slender body with a narrow head and a long tail, and conspicuous costal and caudal grooves give this species the worm-like appearance typical of most Slender Salamanders.

Step-by-step solutions to millions of textbook and homework questions. - Slader. Your best source is going to be the Salamander's write up in FW 's HH book 2: Massacre. Sadly, the only good story I would recommend is Meduson, but it's a Warhammer World exclusive.

It's a shame because I found it excellent and felt it did more interesting things with the Salamanders than any other Horus Heresy book. The valley and ridge salamander is a small, slender salamander from about three to five inches in length.

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Its back is dark brown, speckled with tiny flecks of silver white or bronze; the belly is dark with white are 21 costal grooves.

Lesser Slender Salamander 3. Batrachoseps minor. Tehachapi Slender Salamander Batrachoseps stebbinsi. Kings River Slender Salamander Batrachoseps regius. Relictual Slender Salamander book Complete guide including all photos and descriptions, spanning multiple pages.

journal. AUSTIN, Texas — Biologists at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered three new species of groundwater salamander in Central Texas, including one living west of Austin that they say is critically endangered.

They also determined that an already known salamander species near Georgetown is much more endangered than previously thought. Of course, given the book's age, it has become slightly out-dated. Here are some of the newer things that are not in the book: 1.

Urspelerpes brucei, the Patch-nosed Salamander, an entirely new species and genus of lungless salamander described from Georgia in 2.

The California Slender Salamander was 31 Mar in Garden Canyon, near Bolinas, Marin Co. The Gabilan Slender Salamander was 17 Feb near Aptos, Santa Cruz Co. The Santa Lucia Slender Salamanders were on 3 & 10 Febin Garrapata State Park and Rip Van Winkle park, Pacific Grove (with eggs), respectively.

Garden Slender Salamander - () 9 - 16½cm. 18 or 19 costal grooves. The largest slender salamander, with a pale grey dorsal and flank coloration which exhibit a reddish tinge. The skin tends to be much smoother and shinier than atus. The belly tends to be pale, either white or silvery grey with many minute black speckles.

The Oregon slender salamander is an Oregon Conservation Strategy Species in the West Cascades and Willamette Valley ecoregions. Photo from Oregon State University. California slender salamander Batrachoseps attenuatus.

California slender salamanders have especially long and slender worm-like bodies. They have reddish-brown stripes along their. ''Three new slender salamanders (Batrachoseps) with a discussion of relationships and speciation within the genus.'' Bulletin of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.

Slender salamander is a common name given to lungless salamanders of the genus Batrachoseps. They are different from other lungless salamanders. They are different from other lungless salamanders. They have four toes on each foot.

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by Dan Dalton. The slender and elusive Nototriton brodiei is known only from a few specimens at two separate sites in the Sierra de Merendón, in Guatemala and Honduras. We present the first record of an aggregation of three adults of N.

brodiei on a single leaf in the cloud forest of Cusuco National Park, Honduras. We observed two males and one female walking together at night, using one another as. Slender salamander is a common name given to lungless salamanders of the genus are different from other lungless salamanders.

They have four toes on each foot. They live in Oregon, California and Baja California in Mexico. Species. 19. Description: Three-Lined Salamanders are mid-sized, slender, stream salamanders, ranging from 4 - in (10 - cm).They are tan to light yellow with a long tail (2/3 of total body length) and three bold black longitudinal stripes running from the eyes to the underside is.

Identification: 2 1/2" - 3 3/4". The Northern Two-lined Salamander is one of two yellowish salamanders in New Jersey. This species is more common. Two dark lines run the length of the salamander’s body with a light middorsal stripe in between. The dark stripes tend to break up into dots or dashes at the tail.

The salamander is.Hell Hollow Slender Salamander Batrachoseps gabrieli San Gabriel Slender Salamander Batrachoseps gavilanensis Gabilan Mountains Slender Salamander New Mexico (3) North Dakota (3) Alaska (1) Arizona (1) Colorado (1) Nevada (1) Utah (1) Wyoming (1) Side groove number 14 (33) 18 (28) 19 (27) 16 (26) 15 (19) 17 (18).

Molecular phylogenetic analysis of slender salamanders, genus Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), from central coastal California with descriptions of four new .