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RE: AWESOME!!!

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Posted by: ratsnakehaven at Wed Feb 22 21:02:31 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ratsnakehaven ]  
   

I think they are probably all in the same subfamily, but genetics will show how closely related they are to each other. I think prasina and frenata are probably quite close and oxycephalum might be the next closest to them.

TC


>>According to some, the Gonyosoma snakes (including prasina and frenata) are closely related to Rhynchophis. This is the sort of thing which makes all of them even more interesting to me...
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>>Interesting pic, Randy - but you are opening the door to other non-ratsnake pics. Who knows what I might post up now. LOL
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>>-Toby Brock
>>Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research


   

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