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Posted by Rich G.cascabel on September 13, 2002 at 23:32:32:
In Reply to: Jaffo brought up a point >> posted by JJFeldner on September 13, 2002 at 18:19:15:
my parents property is much the same. They are right on the edge of where saguaro/palo-verde association gives way to creosote flats. On the property one can find atrox, scutes, tigris, cerastes, and every few years or so a molossus pops up. As I said in one of the other posts I have never seen anything but typical snakes there. I wholeheartedly agree that there are all kinds of barriers that keep hybridization from happening. But I do know there are places were hybrids do happen a little more than once in a while for some reason. And that once these barriers are crossed for whatever the reason that many of these species, although they seem very removed from each other in our eyes are actually still close enough to produce viable offspring. All I am saying is there is no black and white. The more I see over the years the more I believe that everything is some shade of gray.