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Common Side-blotched Lizard Uta stansburiana

Observer

tiwane

Date

April 15, 2014 04:51 PM PDT

Description

Male Side-Blotched Lizard (Uta stansburiana).

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White-lined Sphinx Moth Hyles lineata

Observer

tiwane

Date

April 15, 2014 03:52 PM PDT

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Turpentine Broom Thamnosma montana

Observer

kueda

Date

February 19, 2004 01:53 PM PST

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Desert Night Lizard Xantusia vigilis

Observer

kueda

Date

February 20, 2004

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Scorpions Order Scorpiones

Observer

kueda

Date

February 19, 2004 01:05 PM PST

Description

2-3 cm long

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Desert Tortoise Gopherus agassizii

Observer

j_mcgowan

Date

April 17, 2010

Description

A young male Desert Tortoise that encountered that was browsing on plants at the edge of a road in the late afternoon near Kelso Dunes. We stayed with him until he finally left the road, to try to protect him from careless drivers.

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whip snake

Observer

marcusneiman

Date

April 19, 2013

Description

master spry; student stoned

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Mojave Rattlesnake Crotalus scutulatus ssp. scutulatus

Observer

hikingtony

Date

March 20, 2009 04:05 PM PDT

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Engelmann's Hedgehog Cactus Echinocereus engelmannii

Observer

hikingtony

Date

April 23, 2013 03:59 PM PDT

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Beavertail Cactus Opuntia basilaris

Observer

hikingtony

Date

April 23, 2013 03:51 PM PDT

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Desert Willow Chilopsis linearis

Observer

hikingtony

Date

April 23, 2013 03:04 PM PDT

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Tent Caterpillars Family Lasiocampidae

Observer

hikingtony

Date

April 23, 2013 03:02 PM PDT

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Ringtail Bassariscus astutus

Observer

herpderp18

Date

May 12, 2012

Description

We observed a single Ringtail inside the Bunny Club at the Sweeney Granite Mountain Desert Research Center. It had crawled up through a small space between the boulder and the floor boards, sneaking up the face of the boulder to where some food scraps. The ringtail woud snatch some scraps, pause to put some food in its mouth, then dart back down the small opening between the boulder and floor boards. It paused just long enough for some good photographs.

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California King Snake Lampropeltis californiae

Observer

herpderp18

Date

May 9, 2012

Description

We found the California Kingsnake basking in the evening, preparing itself for its night stalking just off the trail near the Norris field station at Granite Mountain UC Natural Reserve.