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RE: Successful Trip

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Posted by: mssdds at Thu Jul 12 16:45:35 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mssdds ]  
   

Nigel,

The gravid female on Juno was found at the mid-point of the s- curve about 4 miles or so south of Baker's Crossing. When you walk on foot and flashlight the cuts on that curve, you can see many fissures that seemingly run very deep into the cut wall and presumably are the hiding places for the many s-curve animals that have been found through the years. We are anxiously awaiting the pipping of the six eggs she laid our second day back from Texas. We also have a clutch of ten eggs from another s-curve pair we collected in 2004. They are blair phases, and have always thrown out blairs (about thirty to date, with not one single alterna phase). So it will be interesting to see the young ones from the alterna phase we caught in June.

The RR animal was found near the western-most edge of a very large hill.

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