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  1. Amphibians and Reptiles of the West Eugene WetlandsVanessa Post

  2. REPTILE

  3. Ringneck Snake • REPTILE

  4. Ringneck Snake • REPTILE • Habitat:

  5. Ringneck Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -usually found in moist conditions

  6. Ringneck Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -usually found in moist conditions -found under rocks, boards, wood, or other debris

  7. AMPHIBIAN

  8. Rough-skinned Newt • AMPHIBIAN

  9. Rough-skinned Newt • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat:

  10. Rough-skinned Newt • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -forests

  11. Rough-skinned Newt • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -forests -lakes, ponds, or streams

  12. REPTILE

  13. Southern Alligator Lizard • REPTILE

  14. Southern Alligator Lizard • REPTILE • Habitat:

  15. Southern Alligator Lizard • REPTILE • Habitat: -woodlands of foothills and valleys

  16. Southern Alligator Lizard • REPTILE • Habitat: -woodlands of foothills and valleys -found in thickets, rock piles, or under wood

  17. AMPHIBIAN

  18. Long-toed Salamander • AMPHIBIAN

  19. Long-toed Salamander • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat:

  20. Long-toed Salamander • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -in spring, can be found in ponds

  21. Long-toed Salamander • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -in spring, can be found in ponds -juveniles can be found in mud in the late summer

  22. Long-toed Salamander • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -in spring, can be found in ponds -juveniles can be found in mud in the late summer -larvae can be found in ponds and lakes

  23. REPTILE

  24. Northwestern Garter Snake • REPTILE

  25. Northwestern Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat:

  26. Northwestern Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -primarily terrestrial but may be found near water

  27. Northwestern Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -primarily terrestrial but may be found near water -can be found in meadows, brushy thickets, slopes, and clearings in forests

  28. AMPHIBIAN

  29. Pacific Treefrog • AMPHIBIAN

  30. Pacific Treefrog • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat:

  31. Pacific Treefrog • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -can be found on the ground in low shrubs

  32. Pacific Treefrog • AMPHIBIAN • Habitat: -can be found on the ground in low shrubs -larvae can be found in shallow quiet waters, such as ponds or wetlands

  33. REPTILE

  34. Common Garter Snake • REPTILE

  35. Common Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat:

  36. Common Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -most common in wet meadows

  37. Common Garter Snake • REPTILE • Habitat: -most common in wet meadows -can be found in open valleys

  38. REPTILE

  39. Racer • REPTILE

  40. Racer • REPTILE • Habitat:

  41. Racer • REPTILE • Habitat: -found in meadows, sagebrush, and forest edges

  42. Racer • REPTILE • Habitat: -found in meadows, sagebrush, and forest edges -can live in moist to semi-arid areas