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Posted by txherper on March 07, 2003 at 02:49:34:
In Reply to: Heroing Southern Texas... posted by Dozer on March 05, 2003 at 13:29:58:
I'll be headed farther south in a couple of days, I want to see holbrooki in this area first. Although it probably won't be productive I do plan on a little roadcruising (down south), some people have found annulata moving when the temps were in the high 50's (check the annulata info authored by troyh on the kingsnake and milksnake page. caresheets/faqs/features). The coastal areas are what I plan on exploring, mainly checking debris piles for annulata and anything else that is hiding, also looking for indigos (the coolest snake down there in my opinion). I will be travelling around quite a bit, probably from the Zapata-Laredo area, north to Tilden, and the coastal areas around Port Mansfield. I am close to Galveston right now and will head south via the coast looking for amaura/annulata intergrades as I go. I have spring break this week, I wish it would have been two weeks from now, oh well. Post again or send me a message, maybe we can hook up somewhere down the road. txherper