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Re: That's an interesting Cal king...


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Posted by dudifusmaximus on March 07, 2003 at 19:51:55:

In Reply to: That's an interesting Cal king... posted by Scott Lupien on March 07, 2003 at 15:48:56:

It was found in Los Angeles County, therefore, not a "Davis phase. This one did not have a brown belly but some of them from that area do. Yeah the bands are thin but I posted a pic of one from last year that had even narrower bands and its belly was predominately dark with some white banding. By the way, most of the getula from Davis are NOT aberrant.
I can email you some pics of some weird looking aberrants from the same area.


:The bands are so narrow and the head appears to be black. Did it have a solid black belly as well? If so, it was a "Davis phase" and probably female.
:Scott

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