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He is doing really good...


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Posted by Rich G.cascabel on January 07, 2003 at 17:59:20:

In Reply to: Hey rich.... how is this snake doing? n/m posted by san_antonio_tx on January 07, 2003 at 17:25:22:


he is with my cousin at the moment so in the spring he can be bred with a really neat female my cousin caught while we were walking the north hill in 1997. She is kinda greenish with bright orange primary blotches and single alternates. The nuchal is a non bifurcated stripe. The next three blothces are lengthwise hourglasses and the rest of the blotches are orange diamonds. If I can get my scanner to work I'll send ya a pic. I was supposed to send Gerry Salmon a pic and a skin both from her and my Observatory male that was caught a couple days later for you guys to use in your research and never quite got it done. I couldn't get a good pic of either as I didn't have a decent camera, I tried to get my sister who is a semi professional photographer to get some for me and hers were worse than mine, and to add to that, both of them shed in tatters for quite some time. After a while enough time had gone by I got kinda embarrassed about it. Would they still be of any use?


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