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Re: Lizards in SE Oregon


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Posted by Richard F. Hoyer on June 06, 2002 at 08:44:55:

In Reply to: Lizards in SE Oregon posted by Ron on June 06, 2002 at 05:22:54:

Ron:
With respect to the lizards in SE Oregon, the person to contact would be Dr. Joe Beatty in the Zoology Dept. at Oregon State. He teaches a herp class and just last weekend they had a field trip to that part of the state. I spoke to his Dr. Robert Storm (retired professor at OSU) who accompanied Joe and his class during the trip and he mentioned they had unseasonally cool weather but were still able to observe the Collared Lizards, Whiptails, and Leopard Lizards. Not sure if they observed any horned lizards. I believe the field trip takes place in the region of Fields, Oregon.


: Iwould like to hear from someone who has found collareds, leopards, and horned toads down in SE. Has anyone found them in areas outside the usual ranges shown in books? How rare or common are they in Oregon? I'd also like to know the weather conditions and month, time of day etc...




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