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RE: Ruthveni

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Posted by: FR at Tue Nov 4 09:01:56 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

The albinos came from Bill Garska , a friend that I did field work with. He found the hets that produced the albinos, I believe he gifted some to a fellow teacher, then that person produced them. Bill was indeed an odd individual, and did not like albinos, so at first had nothing to do with them.
The first Q king was discovered in a lizard trap, and was called the missing link between milksnakes and montane kings. Bill and Ernie Wagner visited that local and found three more. I then visited that local and found 27 in a day and a half.
With numbers, we did observe wide grey animals, in the field. We also reported very large individuals. The first four were all mid sized. We located the full range from neonates to large adults.( 44inches)


   

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