Archivos de Diario para noviembre 2019

06 de noviembre de 2019

Snake fungal disease confirmed in California for 1st time

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife says Wednesday testing confirmed the disease in an emaciated California kingsnake found in Amador County. The snake was euthanized.

https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/california/story/2019-11-06/snake-fungal-disease-confirmed-in-california-for-1st-time?_amp=true

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02 de noviembre de 2019

Frogs “Toughed Out” Woolsey Fires.

Night surveys show a small number of threatened California red-legged frogs were able to tough out the Woolsey fire and subsequent mudslides but habitat may be unsuitable for breeding for years.

https://messengermountainnews.com/news/frogs-toughed-out-woolsey-fires/

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28 de noviembre de 2019

Which Bay Area Salamander Are You?

Ahh yes, salamanders. The under-appreciated amphibians, second to their more well-known and vocal (if slightly obnoxious) cousin the frog. For these slimy critters, existence under the forest floor or in murky bodies of water often hides them from even the most enthusiastic of hikers. This is true even in the Bay Area, despite the droves of people who go out into our many parks on the weekends. Nevertheless, the relatively urban Bay contains a surprising diversity of salamander species, each with their own flair! Read below to find out more about our Bay Area salamanders, and see if any of their unique personalities resonate with you.

https://baynature.org/2019/11/27/which-bay-area-salamander-are-you/

Anotado en noviembre 28, jueves 03:22 por biohexx1 biohexx1 | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario