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RE: Great Plains Rat Snake

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Posted by: draybar at Mon Aug 13 16:39:49 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by draybar ]  
   

>>I made this post on the other forum too just in case.....
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>> 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.
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>>I'd like for someone to point out to me these alleged "emoryi" features they are seeing...
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>>Very nice corn BTW!
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>>~Doug
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>>"a snake in the grass is a GOOD thing"
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>>serpentinespecialties.webs.com

I'm with you Doug....snake has a nice girth for length, not over weight and definitely no emoryi influence that I see.
an emoryi and a corn






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