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NEW MEXICO SPADEFOOT
Spea multiplicata stagnalis

New Mexico Spadefoot - Spea multiplicata stagnalis Spea  multiplicata  stagnalis   from   Cochise   County,   Arizona
                                                                    Photo by Dylan Buetzow
Range of Spea multiplicata stagnalis
Range  of  Spea multiplicata stagnalis                     Map by USGS




Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout west Texas, all of New Mexico, much of Arizona and in southeastern Utah.

Legal Status:  Spea multiplicata stagnalis has no protected status in our region.






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