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Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae)

Good, David A.

Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae)

by Good, David A.

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Northwest, Pacific
    • Subjects:
    • Rhyacotriton -- Variation -- Northwest, Pacific.,
    • Rhyacotriton -- Speciation -- Northwest, Pacific.,
    • Rhyacotriton -- Northwest, Pacific -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid A. Good and David B. Wake.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in zoology ;, v. 126
      ContributionsWake, David B., University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL668.C278 G66 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 91 p. :
      Number of Pages91
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1714366M
      ISBN 100520097785
      LC Control Number92016617

      Full text of "Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the Olympic salamander, Rhyacotriton Olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae): a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday" See other formats UNIVERSITY OF „ ssswssu M BIOLOGY M Fl DT A T\J FI n.s. Good DA, Wake DB. Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent Salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). Zoology Nussbaum RA. A nest site of the Olympic salamander Rhyacotriton olympicus (Gaige), Herpetologica 25(4):

      Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae) The hylid frogs of Middle America: INTRODUCTION: A new salamander, genus batrachoseps, from the Inyo Mountains of California: with a discussion of relationships in the genus. ''Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the Olympic salamander Rhyacotriton olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae).'' Fieldiana, Zoology, 32, Good, D. A., and Wake, D. B. (). ''Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).''.

        The Underappreciated Torrent Salamanders. Like my other big salamander post, this originally went up on the main forum, but I felt it deserved to be posted here as well. Torrent Salamanders (family Rhyacotritonidae) are big-eyed, stub-nosed, semi .   Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). University of California Publications in Zoology ­ GOOD, D. A., G. Z. WURST, AND D. B. WAKE. Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the Olympic salamander, Rhyacotriton olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae).


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Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae) by Good, David A. Download PDF EPUB FB2

PDF | On Jan 1,D.A. Good and others published Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae) |. Get this from a library. Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).

[David A Good; David B Wake; University of California, Berkeley. Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.]. Geographic Range. The southern torrent salamander () can be located along the coastal western United States from northern California to sections of Oregon. These sections include the area north of Santa Rosa, California to just south of Portland, Oregon.

Geographic Range. Olympic salamanders are found mainly in coastal areas of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington to northwestern Oregon. Some populations have also been found from southwestern Oregon to Mendicino County, California, and within the Cascade Mountains of Washington and Northern Oregon.

Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). Univ. California Publication Zoology i-xii, Good, D.A. and Wake, D.B. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).

Olympic salamanders are dark brown dorsally with white guanophore spots. They are usually yellow ventrally, with dark patches in some individuals. These salamanders typically range between 94 and 97 mm in length, with females being larger than males.

(Akios, ; Wake, et al., ) Other Physical Features; ectothermic; bilateral symmetry; Sexual Dimorphism. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton(Caudata; Rhyacotritonidae).

University of California Publications in Zoology. University of California Publications in by: Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton. University of California Publications in Zoology NUSSBAUM, R, AND C TAIT.

Aspects of the life history and ecology of the Olympic Salamander, Rhyacotriton olympicus (Gaige). American Midland Naturalist 98(1) No species are listed by the IUCN. Clearing of forests is the greatest risk to torrent salamanders, because it leads to habitat degradation.

One species, Rhyacotriton variegatus, is protected in California. Significance to humans. The four species of this family are probably similar to each other in ecology and other biological features. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).

Univ. Univ. California Publ. Zool. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).

University of California Publications in Zoology Good, D. A., G. Wurst and D. Wake. Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the olympic salamander, Rhyacotriton olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae).

Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). University of California Publications in Zoology, Volume Berkeley, California: University of California; Patterns of geographic variation in allozymes of the Olympic Salamander, Rhyacotriton olympicus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae) Article (PDF Available) January.

A geographic isolate occurs on the west slope of the Cascades in Douglas Co., Oregon (Good and Wake ; Petranka ). The habitat of southern torrent salamanders is forested areas, with high humidity and dense canopy cover (Welsh and Lind ).

Rhyacotriton olympicus is restricted to the Pacific Northwest of the United States, specifically the Olympic Peninsula in Callam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Mason counties Washington (Good and Wake ). The preferred habitat is along the water-washed or moss-covered edges of well-shaded.

This genus was once formed by a single specie under the family Ambystomatidae, but it has since be separated into his own family and divided into 4 different species.

The Rhyacotriton are a genus of brook-dwelling salamanders distributed in the north-west coast of the United States, from northern California to Washington, with the Cascade mountains as main distribution area.

Good, D. A., and D. Wake. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). University of California Publications in Zoology – Google ScholarCited by: Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae).

Univ. California Publication Zoology i-xii, Concept Reference Code: B92GOO01NAUS Name Used in Concept Reference: Rhyacotriton kezeri Taxonomic Comments: Formerly included in R.

olympicus. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). 72) reported that larvae of the genus Rhyacotriton fed on "flatworms, annelids, snails, arachnids, crustaceans, and over 20 families of insects.".

– Good, D.; Wake, D. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). University of California Publications in zoology; – Hammerson, G. Rhyacotriton variegatus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent Salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). Zoology Larson, Allen, Wake, David, and Devitt, Tom.(torrent salamanders ; Rhyacotritonidae), and its neural arch is markedly flattened, completely unlike that area on SEKI Geographic variation and speciation of the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Ryacotritonidae).David A.

Good has written: 'Geographic variation and speciation in the Torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae)' -- subject(s): Classification, Rhyacotriton.