HemetHEMET: Scientists wrap up survey of San Jacinto Mountains wildlife
Scott Tremor, left, and Philip Unitt, both scientists associated with the San Diego Natural History Museum, are part of a team finishing a wildlife survey in the San Jacinto Mountains and nearby foothill areas, including Bautista Canyon, east of Hemet.
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#1 May 27, 2014
O K, Did they find the little black spider with the green abdomen in the Tres Cerritos hills? Wish I had photo'ed it - next spring I know just where to find it again.
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