E179L Practical: All Animals, Birds, and Plants

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    Coyote
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    Brush Rabbit
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    California Ground Squirrel
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    Bobcat
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    California Kingsnake
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    Gopher Snake
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    Raccoon
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    Mallard Duck
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    American Coot
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    Shoveler
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    Black-necked Stilt
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    Great Blue Heron
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    Ruddy Duck
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    American Avocet
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    Canada Goose
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    Osprey
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    White-faced Ibis
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    Snowy Egret
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    Great Egret
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    Killdeer
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    Damselfly larvae and adult
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    Dragonfly larvae and adult
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    Midge larvae
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    Stonefly larvae
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    Mayfly larvae and adult
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    Freshwater shrimp
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    Backswimmer
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    Water boatman
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    Caddis fly larvae and adult
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    Daphnia
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    • Mosquito Fish
    • Exotic- non-native
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    Fairy Shrimp
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    Physid snail
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    Giant Water Bug
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    • Crayfish
    • Exotic- non-native
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    Whirligig beetle
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    Water strider
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    • Asian clam
    • Exotic- non-native
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    • Red-eared slider (turtle)
    • Exotic- non-native
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    Pacific Pond Turtle
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    Pacific Tree Frog
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    • South African Clawed Frog
    • Exotic- non-native
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    Mosquito larvae
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    • Western Sycamore
    • Riparian Zone
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    • Arroyo willow
    • Riparian Zone
    • one side green, one side gray
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    • Narrow leaved willow
    • Riparian Zone
    • the narrow leaves are linear and both sides are light grey
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    • Mulefat
    • Scientific Name: Baccharis salicifolia
    • Riparian Zone
    • both leaf sides green, jagged along the leaf edges
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    • Black willow
    • Scientific Name: Salix gooddingii
    • Riparian Zone
    • Both sides of leaf green, fine serration on the edge
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    • Cottonwood
    • Riparian Zone
    • leaves are large and heart-shaped
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    • Alkali mallow
    • Transition zone
    • whitish flower, leaves are round and jagged, grows near the ground
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    • Alkali heath
    • Transition zone
    • clumps, pinkish, purple flowers (if present)
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    • Alkali Weed
    • Transition zone
    • soft, grayish plant with tiny white flowers
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    • California mugwort
    • Transition zone
    • jagged leaves, green on top, white/grey below.
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    • Ragweed
    • Transition Zone
    • leaves with broad invaginations, weed-like
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    • Saltgrass
    • Scientific Name: Distichlis spicata
    • Transition zone
    • a tufted, clump-like grass
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    • Pickleweed
    • Transition zone
    • a succulent, greenish low mat/clump-like plant
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    • Western sea purslane
    • Transition zone
    • bright purple flowers
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    • Yerba mansa
    • Transition zone
    • trailing vine arising from clump of large leaves, white flowers
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    • Black Elderberry
    • Transition zone
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    • California Wild Rose
    • Transition zone
    • pinkish, rose-colored flowers, thorns on stem, red rose hips, nearly rounded leaves
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    • Crystalline ice plant
    • Exotic- non-native
    • Riparian or Transition zone
    • clear crystal-like balls on the bottom of leaves and on stem
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    • Common Beet (Swiss Chard)
    • Exotic- non-native
    • Transition zone
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    • Fennel
    • Exotic- non-native
    • Transition zone
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    • Poison Hemlock
    • Exotic- non-native
    • Transition zone
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    • Heliotrope
    • Transition Zone
    • white flowers, clumps
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    • Chairmaker's bulrush
    • Scientific Name: Schoenoplectus americanus
    • Emergent Zone
    • sharply triangular blades
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    • Broad-leaved cattail
    • Scientific Name: Typha latifolia
    • Emergent Zone
    • flat, sword-like leaves, soft, tufted flower head
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    • California bulrush
    • Scientific Name: Schoenoplectus californicus
    • Emergent Zone
    • very large (more than 10ft), big tassle-like flower at the tip, dark green, not rigid, smooth blades
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    • Alkali bulrush
    • Scientific Name: Bolboschoenus maritimus
    • Emergent Zone
    • only bulrush with grass like leaves, light green, large flower
Author
jocelyn0399
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Card Set
E179L Practical: All Animals, Birds, and Plants
Description
All Animals, Birds, and Plants
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