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Re: Montana Locality Bullsnakes?---->>>


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Posted by PitFiend on March 23, 2003 at 18:57:24:

In Reply to: Re: Montana Locality Bullsnakes?---->>> posted by Ginter on March 23, 2003 at 17:38:31:

John,
Thanks for the feedback... It is not uncommon where I live in the state to see 6 footers and even the occasional 7 footer. I am hoping to do some documentation this year on the local population to see how strong it is and to get an ifea of size, colorations and patterns. Hopefully by the end of the year I will have info enough to comfortably go out next season and get a pair or 2 that produce some strong lines...

Charles

:Charles,

:I got a pair of Carbon Co. Red Lodge locality sayi from John Meltzer several years ago. They are great little snakes. It seems as though this population is dwarfed....presumable to better navigate the short activity season at that latitude and elevation. Very nice snakes and a great addition to my collection. Thanks John M. for making them possible!

:Cheers, Ginter





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