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Posted by Ginter on April 02, 2003 at 21:32:15:
In Reply to: Example of black pine w/ lots of pattern. posted by azsuboc on April 02, 2003 at 07:47:07:
This snake is from my Brother Daniel's Pair. They are quite black but have distinct yellow patterning in the caudal 3rd of the body. It really puts me in mind of a chain king type pattern. They are genuine lodingi from a fellow in Carlsbad NM. I am relatively certain that they are natural intergrades and not captive intergrades. Thanks for the insight, old herper guy! I would love to encounter and photograph this subspecies in the wild sometime. Your story made me quite envious. The story behind the name lodingi is one of my favorites as well. Thanks!!!!
PS I gave the pair to my brother because he really fell in love with them...I only have so much room and no one calls me asking for "heavily patterned black pines"!