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Re: Help Needed Identifying

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Posted by KJUN on April 07, 2003 at 10:18:27:

In Reply to: Help Needed Identifying posted by lizardladyama on April 06, 2003 at 22:15:17:

Looks like an Elaphe emoryi meahllmorum from the blotch count, but you can't be positive unless you know the locality on the snake since they have been hybridized in captivity a lot.

It does NOT look like a cornXemory spp. intergrade from western LA & eastern TX, but post or send me a picture of the lateral (side) blotches and of the ventral (belly) pattern to be sure, though.


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