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Posted by LittleLizard on September 14, 2002 at 12:30:39:
In Reply to: Re: No longer lurking posted by chris_mcmartin on September 14, 2002 at 11:02:26:
:: Can somebody explain to me at what point you need a Texas non-game license?
:The point at which you start LOOKING for animals, let alone actually CATCH any ("hunt" is defined to include capture, or intend to capture as I recall). Consult the regs (which are changing soon to be less restrictive):
:Can be a little dry as reading material goes.
::I would like to collect some Coleonyx brevis for a small breeding group - if anybody could give me any clues as to where to look, I would greatly appreciate.
:So would I! Are you following me around on these forums? :) (I responded to you in the Alterna forum)
:: I will be heading down towards Laredo soon. Anybody willing to give me some clues for herping possiblities.
:I was down there a few weeks ago on a tip that the local dump was a hot spot. After persuading them to let me in (needed to show driver's license and hunting license--typically the dump is open only to Laredo residents), I searched the brush piles and found only one TX earless lizard.
I swear I'm not a stalker!!!
I guess we just have similar interests.
And as for the regs, dry reading is putting it mildly.
Just returned from the reptile expo in Arlington.
I decided to tortue myself by purchasing a hatchling longnose snake. Of course the vendor swore that the hatchling had taken a pinky head once and a mouse tail another time. We'll see...
Thanks again Chris... I have to go the other forums to answer your other replies to me... lol