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Posted by shadindigo on January 25, 2003 at 08:06:54:
In Reply to: DORs-wood kill me...ahh but you can get past that..w/edit... posted by regalringneck on January 24, 2003 at 18:44:48:
Point taken. We're here you and Mojo are not. Guess any info is better than none. If we discover anything of note we'll post accordingly. It'll just have to be "look but don't touch" until (if) we successfully navigate the Sunshine State permitting maze.
Offal for Shad?? Perish the thought. He is such a finicky eater and has such a delicate digestive system... ;-)
:But theres the point, if you were to log your DoRs per 10 mi. of suitable habitat as a % function of total squamate DoRs in that 10 mi. "transect"....you would begin to gain insight into the squamate community & guardian population structure....things the govt thinks you need not know :)
:But some (OK..me n mebbe... mojo...) here on the forum dearly wish our Floridian & S. Texican breatheren would take the time to report. The approx age structure of these DoRs would be very insightful too.
:Lastly, remember your texi-cribo would love the opportunity to sample all that offal you're being disturbed by....
:Stay safe, gotta jet; jg
::Stressful is not the name for it, hellish is more accurate. It's been a painful process but hey, they don't call 'em orders for nothing. B and I agree that additional meat on either of our bones would be too much.
::Back to the subject at hand however, we'd be significantly crushed to see any DOR Guardians (pardon the unintentional pun). Actually, we're bothered by DOR ANYTHING we encounter. Having said that, I wonder if Guardian DOR's would be indicative of increasing population or further evidence of our selfish encroachment upon their range? Personally I would hope it would be the former but suspect the latter. Rheticoral question in any event and I don't expect response, but it causes me to ponder...
::B's Spousal Unit