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abundant animals aquatic ARBOREAL SALAMANDER Bufo burrows California Newt California Slender Salamander Canyon National Parks central valley coloration dark dormant egg laying eggs are laid elevations Ensatina environment environmental conditions female FOOTHILL YELLOW-LEGGED FROG found under surface FROG Rana Genus gills glandular skins habitats High Sierra hind legs Hydromantes Identification—Head inches kind of amphibian Kings Canyon National lakes large trout larval salamanders lay eggs LIMESTONE SALAMANDER logs LONG-TOED SALAMANDER lungless salamanders male anuran metamorphosis moist Mount Lyell Salamander Mountain Yellow-legged Frogs natural areas natural community night numbers Occurrence—Primarily open water PACIFIC TREEFROG phibians ponds pools rains RED-LEGGED FROG Sierra Foothills Sierra Nevada Sierran amphibians Sierran national parks singing snow sounds spots spring spunk water streams surface objects tail three Sierran national Tiger Salamander Total length Transition Zone typical frogs typical toads underside usually valley of California voice warts Western Spadefoot Western Toads Yosemite National Park Yosemite Toad