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Posted by markg on May 11, 2003 at 02:29:55:

In Reply to: follow-up to S. Rubber Boa inquiry on 4/22 posted by Richard F. Hoyer on May 11, 2003 at 00:58:40:

:markg:
: I have most of the published and gray literature dealing with the SRB. In an unpublished 1991 report to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Dr. Glenn Stewart mentions "The elevational range for the 40 localities is from 5200 ft. at Old Toll Road (#13) to 7920 ft. at Green Canyon (# 32)." [The numbers representing locality records.] He goes on to mention,
:"However, the highest elevation for a locality confirmed by a specimen or experienced observer is 7600 feet at Fish Creek (#6)."
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