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Re: Can someone identify this one for me??


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Posted by chrish on April 16, 2003 at 09:02:26:

In Reply to: Can someone identify this one for me?? posted by Gilbert Thompson on April 16, 2003 at 00:24:59:

It is definitely a Glossy Snake. And it is a great find for around here.

I live in Brazos County (to the south of Robertson) and have been looking for a Glossy around here for a number of years to get a good photo for my web site on local snakes (current build is at http://www.intrepidtraveler.net/snakes/).

Do you mind telling me where in Roberston Co you found it?
Was it on the road like most glossies or under cover? (I don't think you need to worry about giving away the locality - Glossies are very common in other places and Robertson County isn't the sort of place people are going to rush to!) If you are uncomfortable posting but don't mind telling me, click my name above and email it to me.

The other reason I would like to know is that any habitat sandy enough for Arizona might also have other species that I don't have good local pics of (Massasauga, W. Hognose, etc.)



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