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Re: Anyone ever find any herps in Union County? Here's my list:


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Posted by flintdiver on October 25, 2002 at 17:18:00:

In Reply to: Anyone ever find any herps in Union County? Here's my list: posted by A.C. on October 07, 2002 at 07:38:23:

I grew up in Union County. I live in GA now. My finds there include all the herps you have seen and several Eastern milks, ringnecks, Ribbon snakes , wood frogs, slimy salamanders and 3 toed (?) sallies (they have a constricting ring around their tail) . I also know of several Northern copperheads found in Watchung res. Email me privately.

Other Jersey finds include Wood turtles,red - bellied snakes, smooth greens, black racer's , carpenter frogs and grey treefrogs.

Paul


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