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Re: what I found on Friday


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Posted by Richard F. Hoyer on March 28, 2003 at 23:44:48:

In Reply to: what I found on Friday posted by naryan93602 on March 28, 2003 at 21:20:22:

Ryan:
If you made searches in the Shaver Lake region, I suspect the large salamanders you observed were Ensatina.

If the sun was out and the fence lizards were active, then there were Rubber Boas under rocks a well. But since adult male boas emerge first and not all at once, they were probably spread thin and you just have to be lucky and turn the right rock.

Richard F. Hoyer




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