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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

amarzee

Date

May 22, 2016 11:33 AM JST

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

May 13, 2016

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

March 19, 2016

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

January 21, 2016

Description

Only personal data.
The point is the point where the object confirmation.

2015_2_15

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

July 9, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

July 9, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

July 3, 2011

Description

Collect and check length.
And send back to nature.

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

June 19, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

June 5, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

June 4, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

April 9, 2011

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Korean Crevice Salamander Karsenia koreana

Observer

pintail

Date

March 20, 2011
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Description from Wikipedia

The Korean crevice salamander (Karsenia koreana) is a lungless salamander. It dwells under rocks in limestone forest areas of the Korean peninsula. It was discovered by Stephen J. Karsen, an American science teacher working in Daejeon, South Korea, in 2005.

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