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RE: Rubber Boas in Washington/ and breeders

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Posted by: JakeAnderson at Fri Apr 29 17:22:48 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JakeAnderson ]  
   

I really appreciate all the info, you all have been quite helpful. I will have to get a pair from Oregon I guess, if I really want to work with them. And my intention was not to field collect rubber boas, but just to observe them in their natural habitat. I will still search for them this year, so if anyone can tell me well known spots, that would be very helpful. I have checked out rubberboas.com-great site! I also know they are supposed to be all around the olympic and cascade mountain range, but they also must be tons of other areas they live too. The only rubber boa I have ever found (I haven't really looked hard yet), was in Gig Harbor, WA, the town I grew up in. This is a town around sea level. I have never heard of their range being documented here. Thanks so much you guys! Anybody have a pair of rubbers for sale? LOL


   

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