The Plants and Animals of Utah’s Biomes Wetland Animals Wetland Plants Wetland Connection Forest Animals Forest Plants Forest Connection Desert Animals

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  • The Plants and Animals of Utahs Biomes Wetland Animals Wetland Plants Wetland Connection Forest Animals Forest Plants Forest Connection Desert Animals Desert Plants Desert Connection
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  • Wetland Animals Beaver Muskrats Frogs and toads Moose Tiger salamander Mink River otter Garter snake Fish Dragonflies Damselflies Leeches Mayflies Isopods (pill bugs) Mosquitoes Snails Worms Water scorpions Utahs wetlands provide a home for many migrating birds including the great blue heron, pelicans, avocets, grebes, ducks, plovers, bald eagles, geese, gulls, and phalaropes.
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  • Tiger Salamander Beaver Isopods Great Blue Heron
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  • phalarope mink Muskrat Water Scorpion
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  • Wetland Plants Cattails Bulrush Aspen trees
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  • Forest Animals Squirrels Deer Butterflies Moths Shrews Moles Earthworms Bees Humming birds Houseflies Red crossbill birds Moose Chipmunks Mice Bears Mountain lions Porcupine Coyotes Bobcats Ants
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  • Red Crossbill Mole Porcupine Bobcat
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  • Forest Plants Ferns Fungi Deciduous trees (have large flat leaves) Aspen trees Scrub Oak Grasses Shrubs Sagebrush Wild flowers Conifer trees (evergreen trees with needle like leaves) Juniper trees Ponderosa pine trees
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  • Juniper tree Coniferous trees Deciduous trees
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  • Desert Animals Desert tortoise Roadrunner Gila monster Kangaroo rat Pocket mice Deer mice Coyotes Mule deer Snakes Owls Prairie dogs Badgers Skunks Rattle snakes Jackrabbits Foxes
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  • Desert Plants Prickly pear cactus Sagebrush Scrub oak trees Utah Juniper Pinyon pine Yucca Mesquite trees Joshua tree Grasses
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  • Joshua Tree Mesquite tree Scrub oak Yucca
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