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RE: Obscure Locality Zonata

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Posted by: Zach_MexMilk at Mon Sep 12 12:23:20 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Zach_MexMilk ]  
   

Haha, exactly! I was almost thinking they looked like Kern plateau intergrades...or even the higher crossover intergrades in the Cascades. Gorgeous, none the less.

Maybe I have my brain mixed up but I thought lower temps would increase the black pigment? I probably read it wrong, but I figured the cooler the incubation temps, the darker the animals produced, due to thermoregulation needs.

Miks in general are confusing to me haha. Too many subspecies! That's why I stick to my love of zonata...and rubber boas haha!


   

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