Taricha


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Key words: California Red-legged Frog, Hyliola sierra, occupancy, Point Reyes National Seashore Ram draytonii, restoration, Rough-skinned Newt, sand dunes, Sierran Treefrog, Taricha granulosa
Sex-biased predation on newts of the genus Taricha by a novel predator and its relationship with tetrodotoxin toxicity.
In Cold Creek Canyon adult Taricha torosa consumed significantly different numbers of earthworms (G = 50.
We obtained more than 500 individuals of Taricha granulosa from a single population in Marin County, California (Point Reyes National Seashore).
Although Taricha newts are chemically well defended by TTX, sympatric garter snakes of the genus Thamnophis have evolved a resistance to the compound (Brodie and Brodie, 1990, 1999; Brodie et al.
Batrachoseps nigriventris, Ensatina eschscholtzii (Plethodontidae), and Taricha torosa (Salamandridae) from California.
Other amphibians included salamanders that are potential predators of tadpoles (roughskinned newt, Taricha granulosa; long-toed salamander, Ambystoma macrodactylum, Peterson and Blaustein 1991).
Taricha granulosa have been documented to possess TTX in high quantities and are preyed upon by snakes of the genus Thamnophis.
flavipuntatus (to a lesser extent), and Taricha (newts, Salamandridae).
Composition and structure of helminth communities of the salamanders, Aneides lugubris, Batrachoseps nigriventris, Ensatina eschscholtzii (Plethodontidae), and Taricha torosa (Salamandridae) from California.
1B]), the amphibian Taricha granulosa, the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata, human, rat, mouse, and cat (Fig.
Species of Hedruris are generally associated with salamanders (Baker, 1987) and in the northwest United States have been reported in Taricha torosa and T.
dukae from Taricha torosa, Rana aurora and Bufo boreas from California but illustrated 16 papillae and for this reason we have referred his specimens to Cosmocerco ides variabilis (Table 2).
These results suggest that predator avoidance in Taricha granulosa is innate.