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Posted by Les4toads on May 07, 2003 at 22:25:45:

In Reply to: Question for Lester&Jeff posted by chuckelliott on May 04, 2003 at 21:47:47:

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: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.

:Chuck


:Chuck, check the regs again and you will notice P. mcalli, P. coronatum are both protected. P. platyrhinos is in the works for protected as is P. douglasi, the Pygmy Shorthorned Lizard, because of its new designation. Their status will no be of an ESA status but a CEQA and CESA status. Lester G. Milroy III



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