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RE: Great Plains Rat Snake

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Posted by: DMong at Sat Aug 11 13:40:36 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

I made this post on the other forum too just in case.....

I don't see anything that would lead me to suspect any emoryi influence in that animal whatsoever, and I don't think it is overweight either. I think it is simply a big Carolina (very possibly Okeetee origin) that can naturally have a genetic predispostion for being quite large corns. As a matter of fact, The very largest corns pushing upwards of 6 feet are typically Okeetee type corns from that general S. Carolina area. I have seen some monsters in the past that were all Okeetees.

I'd like for someone to point out to me these alleged "emoryi" features they are seeing...

Very nice corn BTW!


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