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Definition of the noun Ambystoma californiense
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Ambystoma californiense is a species of Ambystoma, described by Gray in 1853.
- synonyms: species Ambystoma californiense / Ambyostoma californiense / species Ambyostoma californiense / Ambystoma tigrinum californiense / subspecies Ambystoma tigrinum californiense
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Amphibia
- order: Caudata
- family: Ambystomatidae
- genus: Ambystoma
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Ambystoma californiense is a kind of Ambystoma, described by Gray in 1853.
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by Dr. Daniel Simberloff, Dr. Marcel Rejmanek
is hybridizing with the native, threatened California tiger salamander ( Ambystoma californiense) and is having dramatic genetic and ecological effects ...
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California tiger salamander (Ambystoma californiense)
Unlike many other salamanders, California tiger salamanders only spend a very short period of their life in water. As juveniles, they leave the water to seek underground burrows made by small mammals where they mature to adulthood. Only six to nine inches long from nose to tail, adults can travel more than a mile to reach the ponds where they breed. Photo courtesy of Alice Abela.
Photo credit: USFWS Pacific Southwest Region
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