Herps of the Gabes and Berdoos

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Re: Herps of the Gabes and Berdoos

Post by hellihooks » December 10th, 2014, 7:57 am

Lytle Creek has Collards... not sure if that would be considered coastal or desert... :crazyeyes: Certainly, it drains to the south, but sightings have occured up at the top, almost to Wrightwood, arguable desert.

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Re: Herps of the Gabes and Berdoos

Post by Fieldnotes » December 10th, 2014, 4:58 pm

Jonathan, about the R. boylii, the paper simply describes the location at Kern River, as the southern most site in the Sierra Nevada. If you email be at [email protected] I will respond with the PDF attached.

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