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O.K., O.K. Can someone give me advice?

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Posted by: reptoman at Mon Jan 7 12:32:08 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by reptoman ]  
   

Cheers all! I have been collecting lizards and breeding lizards mostly in California for over 45 years. I have bred about every lizard you can think of from California at least once in my life, but here is my issue, I have been loooking for Texas Alligator lizards for quite some time, I live in Medina County and they are indigenous to the area. I have friends who have seen them in cedar trees, I have flipped rocks until I am blue in the face, and ran into everything but an Alligator lizard, does anyone have an insight as to where or what I am missing here. I have access to some awesome areas in Mico, and also up by medina Lake and know these are found there (seen the pictures) but I'll be darned my pride and put that aside. So if you all could chime in with some insight I would "sure" appreciate it. I am just stumped, I assume the type of areas I found them in California would produce such, but to no sucess!! LOL!!! I figure one of you from Texas might teach an old man new tricks. Cheers!!!
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