Taricha granulosa

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Synonyms for Taricha granulosa

newt of humid coast from Alaska to southern California

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2003) found that levels of TTX in Taricha granulosa eggs are highly correlated with TTX levels in the dorsal skin of the mother.
Investigations on the skin toxin of the adult rough-skinned newt, Taricha granulosa.
Toxicity of dangerous prey: variation in Tetrodotoxin levels within and among populations of the newt Taricha granulosa.
Tetrodotoxin levels of the rough-skin newt, Taricha granulosa, increase in long-term captivity.
Tetrodotoxin levels in eggs of the rough-skin newt, Taricha granulosa, are correlated with female toxicity.
1-Hydroxy-5, 11-dideoxytetrodotoxin, the first N-hydroxy and ring-deoxy derivative of tetrodotoxin found in the newt Taricha granulosa.
We obtained more than 500 individuals of Taricha granulosa from a single population in Marin County, California (Point Reyes National Seashore).
The normal limb morphology of Taricha granulosa is shown in figure 3.
Variant carpal patterns encountered in the sample of Taricha granulosa from Point Reyes National Seashore.
Key words: Crater Lake National Park, Lontra canadensis, North American River Otter, predation, Rough-skinned Newt, Taricha granulosa, tetrodotoxin
One of the best studied species that possesses TTX is the Rough-skinned Newt, Taricha granulosa (Mosher and others 1964; Wakely and others 1966; Brodie 1968; Daly and others 1987; Hanifin and others 1999).
Taricha granulosa (hereafter referred to as newts) were collected by hand or using minnow traps from 4 populations including Skell Channel (n = 19, Klamath County), Phantom Ship (n = 5, Klamath County), Spruce Lake (n = 19, Klamath County), and Lake in the Woods (n = 6, Douglas County), Oregon (Fig.
Key words: alarm cues, innate, juvenile, naive, predator avoidance, Rough-skinned Newts, Taricha granulosa, tetrodotoxin, TTX
The population of Taricha granulosa from Soap Creek Ponds, Benton County, Oregon has a very the high toxicity level (up to 28 mg of TTX) and has only a single successful predator, Thamnophis sirtalis (Common Gartersnake) (Brodie 1968).
Isolation by distance and post-glacial range expansion in the Rough-skinned Newt, Taricha granulosa.