Galahad wrote:Ensatina - ensatina (Part of the lungless salamanders, it's common name is it's genus name)
Yes, it is a ring species. In both anatomy and ecology.
1) Widespread distribution
2)Ring distribution around a geographical barrier
Almandine wrote:1. Squamata, Colubridae, Lampropeltis
2. Two headed syndrome idk
3. Like, really pale
5. To smell via Jacobson's organ
6. Small mammals, birds, snakes, lizards
7. Controls the rattlesnake and copper head population (ophiophagy). Large birds of prey, range includes southern California and Arizona, so guessing a xeric climate.
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