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Posted by Les4toads on May 07, 2003 at 22:19:37:
In Reply to: Question for Lester&Jeff posted by chuckelliott on May 04, 2003 at 21:47:47:
:douglasi? Those are dwarf and where in Nv are they found? I ask because I may have found them years ago and not known!
:Also, Jeff it looks by the cal regs you posted that they only protect the SD coastal?
:Here in Utah, the regs just got re-written so we're waiting, but the short horns and deserts should have a bag limit of 3-4.
:No, Chuck, Phrynosoma douglasi is not a dwarf. Phrynosoma douglasi is the Pygmy Shorthorned Lizard. Dwarfism is a genetic defect. Pygmy is an entire genetic makeup, not a defect. Lester G. Milroy III