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Some texas critters

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Posted by: varanid at Sun May 15 10:36:51 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanid ]  
   

From the last couple of days. I was surprised by the lizards as it's been cool again (nights in the 30s, days in the 60s). Not much snake activity. Did see some mammals. Not pictured: the other 4 whiptails, a porcupine, a raccoon, and tons of deer, vultures, hawks.

Side blotched lizard (Uta stansubriana). I have not seen one of these in 5 years. Made me very happy. Still missing: Holbrookia maculata and C. texanum. Used to see them in the canyon semi-regularly but...around 2006 I guess they all dried up and blew away? See tons of whiptails and prairie lizards still.




a pretty collared. I was astonished to see one out in this weather. It wasn't 60 degrees when this picture was taken.


UGLY but cute in a hideous sort of way


pretty bird



prairie lizard: my most common herp


one of 5 whiptails, only decent photo


exotic sheep


prarie lizard:


leopard frogs


the only herp my boardline turned up yesterday:

hoping for rain here.
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We wouldn't have 6 and a half billion people if you had to be beautiful to get laid.
1.3 African House Snakes
3.2 reticulated pythons
1 corn snake
4.3 Florida Kings
2 speckled kings
1.2 ball pythons
1 Argentine boa
1 Texas Rat Snake
1 checkered garter snake


   

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