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Posted by Raymond Hoser on March 24, 2002 at 17:22:10:
In Reply to: Re: Wells papers - a refreshing change posted by Richard Mastenbroek on March 24, 2002 at 09:38:52:
My earlier comments about foreigners with little or no expertise on Aussie snakes rings true again.
Most of these R Wells new taxa are depicted in the various photographic texts around the traps.
However, the question you ask R W is fine as KS welcomes novices to it's forums.
ALL THE BEST
: Are there any pictures of the re-named snakes, so we know were we ead about, I only know the old-named species.
: Richard Mastenbroek (Mr Taipan)
: : Been reading them and while I am not in 100% agreeance with all the changes proposed, am pleased to see that comments on kingsnake about the taxonomy of Australian herps are now being made by an intelligent Australian herpetologist who obviously has extensive knowledge and experience of these critters spanning many years, rather than piles of tripe by one or more self-promoting obese pseudotaxonomists from somewhere near the arctic circle.
: : Keep up the good work.