Herptiles / Amphibians / Salamaders-Newts / California Coastal Range Newt
 
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1 | The California Coastal Range Newt is gennerally terrestrial, becoming aquatic when breeding. They are usually found in moist woody debis, in rocky crevices, or in holes in the ground. Submitted courtesy David Brough. 
Photographer: unknown | Camera: Canon EOS 30D | Date: 10-29-06 | Resolution: 1400 x 933 | ISO: 400 | Exposure Mode: Manual | Exposure Time: 1/20s | Aperture: 20.0 | Focal Length: 100.0mm | White Balance: Auto white balance | Flash: Flash fired
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