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Posted by MattM on March 31, 2003 at 23:52:27:
In Reply to: San Antonio 03/29/03 with 800 x 600 pics posted by san_antonio_tx on March 29, 2003 at 17:00:50:
:Seemed like a perfect day for urban herping.
:Got an early start as I planned to check my
:favorite spot first, then on to scout some new
:areas. The scouting for new areas turned out
:to be a pretty good idea. Not what you would
:expect by looking at the place, but there were
:snakes out the wazoo.
:Totals for the day were pretty respectable.
:(1) Gastrophryne olivacea (Great Plains Narrowmouth Toad)
:(2) Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (Six-lined Racerunner)
:TMTC Sceloporus olivaceus (Texas Spiny Lizard)
:TMTC Scincella lateralis (Ground Skink)
:(5) Crotalus atrox (Western Diamondback Rattlesnake)
:(1) Lampropeltis getula splendida (Desert Kingsnake)
:(1) Masticophis flagellum ( Western Coachwhip)
:(1) Salvadora grahamiae (Texas Patchnose Snake)
:(3) Tantilla gracilis (Flathead Snake)
:(5) Thamnophis marcianus (Checkered Garter Snake)
:(1) Thamnophis proximus (Red Striped Ribbon Snake)
:(Over 40) Virginia striatula (Rough Earth Snake)
:The Red Striped Ribbon.
:He thinks He is Bad!
:The First Atrox
:The Second atrox. A little bugger.
:Oops, I didn't expect to find this!!
:Oh boy, they are getting bigger....
:Even bigger, and now in pairs.....