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Posted by Terry Cox on December 30, 1999 at 11:46:05:
In Reply to: red mountain racers posted by ryan on December 04, 1999 at 20:04:48:
Ryan. Just a little additional information to add to the mountain ratsnake discussion. First, the red mountain racer is not a true racer, i.e. coluber, etc., but rather a type of oriental ratsnake, which inhabits higher elevations of s.e. Asia and subtropics. The original red mountain racer subspecies, Elaphe porphyracea porphyracea, comes from n. Burma, e. India, Yunnan China, etc. E. p. coxi, is the Thai ssp. of the red mountain racer, recently named (see Schulz' monograph of the genus, 1996), and it is from northern Thailand. I hope there is more discussion of this great Asian ratsnake. TC.
: hi i was wondering if anyone knows of the red mountain racer? i saw it in reptiles magazine. where could i possibly find one of these and what is the average price for one of these. thanks