In dry lake bed near edge.
Probably the largest one I have ever seen. Also several found in small groups mixed with T. torosa and Pseudacris sierra under logs and boards.
In dry lake bed. Two juvenile individuals observed, one with a yellow ventral region and one with cream. Note the difference in the length of the posterior and anterior chin scales that form an "X". In T. elegans, the scales are of equal length.
"Donna, there was a Bald Eagle back there. Turn around. A...raptor...with a...white head.!"
Cool enough, five hours later on the ride home, it was sitting on the same pole.
Warm evening. Saw this one crossing the road.
About 1" x 1"