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  Aptostichus hedinorum is known from Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in San Diego County within the Colorado Desert (Map 21). Male specimens have been collected during October. Female burrows can often be found in sandy banks and washes during the winter months when individuals excavate and presumably extend their burrows, creating a telltale mound at the burrow entrance.


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Source: ZooKeys

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