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Posted by Steve G on May 14, 2003 at 17:02:11:
In Reply to: that's what I got out of the post too....me to and posted by mchambers on May 14, 2003 at 10:18:18:
Chambo.........Trust me when I tell you, that field collecting in the area of our anole collector extraordinaire here involves a lot of tresspassing. In the old days, you could get permission. These days, forget it. Corporations just don't want the liability of people on their property. Good luck getting on to Talisman farms to hunt those canal banks for Florida kings or US Sugar Corp. to hunt for yellows. Now if this guy is finding an occasional L. calligaster occipitolineata and getting it into the hands of breeders, I have no problem with that. That subspecies of mole king is very uncommon, and having captive born available reduces the commercial value of wild caught specimens in time. I know all about catching anoles at night, but I would pay to see someone pluck off 100 in an hour...lol...Perhaps I can hire this guy as a guide.