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Posted by Carl Franklin on May 03, 2002 at 14:34:43:
In Reply to: anybody else have any luck posted by dave on May 02, 2002 at 17:48:46:
Yes sir there has been some activity out there for quite some time.
Texas spiny lizards, collared lizards, Mediterranean geckos, ground skinks, ground snakes, rough earth snakes,rough green snakes, Tx ratsnakes, blind snakes, ribbon snakes, blotched water snakes, red ear sliders, green treefrogs, gray treefrogs, striped chorus frogs, strecker's chorus frog, bullfrogs, leopard frog, blair's leopard frog, cricket frogs, couch's spadefoot toad, hurter's spadefoot toad, gulf coast toad, spotted toad, woodhouse's toad, narrow mouth toad, western diamondback rattlesnakes, massasaguas, broad banded copperheads.
tsk tsk, what a shame I really need to get out more.
Has anyone seen any mud turtles yet?