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Re: Holbrookia lacerata


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Posted by MPrice on May 15, 2000 at 23:47:16:

In Reply to: Holbrookia lacerata posted by KW on April 17, 2000 at 22:32:51:

Actually, last year was the first year I had ever seen one. I collected a gravid female in Irion County (just to the west of San Angelo), photographed her and her hatchlings, and released them. I do know for a fact that they occur in Schleicher, Irion, Sutton, Tom Green, and Sterling counties. I even have a few "spots" where people have seen them. Let me know when you can make it out this way and we could go looking for the little boogers. I do have photos and slides of the aforementioned animals if needed.
Thanks, Mike Price




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