Located near the mouth of Pudding Creek. There is another species found at this site that is yet described by Barry Roth.
On baseball field
can't find my field guide, has the body shape and shape of markings, and size for a tiger salamander, but I'll admit I don't know if it needs to have yellow...looking online now, it looks like a giant california salamander. thoughts? How small are its eggs? we moved a board and found it, and also some eggs, that seemed too small (like 1 mm diameter) but maybe not, maybe I shold move them to under the new board location?
Found Hiding in Caloplaca saxicola. Length 0.7 mm. Many species in this group feed on lichen.
On exposed noncalcareous rock on an ocean bluff. Cortex K+ purple.