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Taricha rivularis

Red-Bellied Newt - Taricha rivularis Taricha rivularis     from     Mendocino     County,       California
                                                                     Photo by Travis Dimler

Red-bellied Newt - Taricha granulosa Taricha  rivularis     from     Mendocino     County,      California
                                                                     Photo by Travis Dimler

Habitat of Taricha rivularis in Mendocino County, California Habitat of  Taricha rivularis  in  Mendocino  County,   California
                                                                     Photo by Travis Dimler
Range of Taricha rivularis
Range  of  Taricha rivularis                                     Map by USGS

Distribution:  In our region, the Red-bellied Newt occurs in coastal California from Humboldt County southward to Sonoma County and inland into the western part of Lake County.

Legal Status:  This species has no protected status in our region.

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