A Guide to the Amphibians
and Reptiles of California

New Additions in 2020


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These are some of the new pictures, sounds, and video that I have added to the site in 2020.
Most of these were generously contributed by photographers other than myself. I'm too lazy to list everything that I add myself. Pictures and video are listed under the month when I added them, not necessarily when they were taken or donated.

The links lead to pages which include thumbnails and other links to the new content. You will have to search the page to find them, but most of them are usually put at the bottom of the gallery of thumbnails of the featured animal.
The most recent additions to the site are on top of the list found below.
The list of additions to the site in 2019 can be seen here


Noah Morales contributed pictures of a Temblor Legless Lizard with interesting peach coloration.

Andre Giraldi sent in some pictures of a very pale Arboreal Salamander and a reference to a statement by Robert Stebbins in his first book on amphibians that Arboreal Salamanders are capable of changing color, which might be what has happened with this salamander.

Spencer Riffle contributed pictures of a San Simeon Slender Salamander, intergrade Oregon Enstinas, and Yellow-blotched Ensatinas.

Ivan Vershynin contributed pictures of a Variable Groundsnake from Baja California Sur.

Brad Murakami sent in some pictures from Baja California - Couch's Spadefoot, and Cape Giant Whiptail.

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