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RE: Awesome set up.............

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Posted by: Paleo at Fri Jun 14 09:01:18 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Paleo ]  
   

Yeah, that male from the first picture is probably the nicest male I have seen out there. Most of the males are banded but are darker in color, like the one in the mating pic. I can try to find you a female from this area if you like, let me know. I have been going out there weekly for the past 3 months, mostly to take pics and video. Females are few are far between right now. I usually see around a dozen animals lately and they are usually all males basking or probably more likely marking their territory. Females and juveniles were more common in March/April and the few that I have seen lately were out browsing, not basking.

No hybrid eggs yet, but it has only been a couple weeks since mating took place. If it takes the hatchlings may have nice coloring, sure will be exciting to see what they look like!

Thanks for the tip on the Ireteba Mtns, I will have to check that out. My friend and I are heading out to Pisgah crater in California on Monday for a few days in search of a red back. I am not sure where the best CA redbacks come from but I know there are some reddish backed chucks in that area so we will check it out. ...


   

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