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All Factsheets Spanish

Todas las fichas de las especies del hábitat se encuentran en la aplicación Hábitat. Las fichas proporcionan información sobre cómo identificar la planta o el animal, consejos de observación, un dato interesante, información sobre el hábitat, actividades que beneficiarán a la especie, actividades que deben evitarse y recursos para la gestión de la especie.

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Couch’s Spadefoot

Be cautious handling Couch’s spadefoot toads as they have a skin secretion that can cause allergic reactions in some people. Reactions to secretions can make cuts and scratches painful, as well as result in sneezing, running nose, and watery eyes.

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All Factsheets English

All the factsheets for species habitat found in the Habitat app. The factsheets provide information on how to identify the plant or animal, observation tips, an interesting fact, habitat information, activities that will benefit the species, activities to avoid, and resources for managing for the species.

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Chiricahua Leopard Frog

The Chiricahua leopard frog has a distinctive call that sounds like a snore for 1 to 2 seconds duration.

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Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frog

Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frogs will produce a mink- or garlic-like odor when disturbed or threatened. This odor is used to discourage predators.

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Relict Leopard Frog

The relict leopard frog was thought to be extinct in the 1950’s. It was rediscovered along the Virgin and Muddy Rivers in the 1990’s. This frog has not been seen in Utah along the Virgin River near St. George since 1950 and is thought to be extirpated from the state.

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Lowland Leopard Frog

The lowland leopard frog breeds year-round.  Tadpoles can take a year or more to reach adulthood.

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Northern Red-legged Frog

Northern red-legged frogs come back to the pond where they were tadpoles. Females even lay their eggs in the same location within the breeding pond each year.

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California Red-legged Frog

Many historians and scientists believe that the California red-legged frog inspired Mark Twain’s short story Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.

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Western Tiger Salamander

Some tiger salamander larvae become cannibalistic and prey on their own kind for survival. Additionally, not all larvae metamorphose into tiger salamander adults. Instead, they remain aquatic over winter and become capable of producing offspring.

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