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RE: California kingsnakes

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Posted by: rosspadilla at Sun May 8 12:10:23 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rosspadilla ]  
   

That is interesting. The one found at trump was definitely a Whittier or at least a recessive hypermel. I have several pictures of it. I remember you telling me about the released kings. Interesting, but there are noticeable differences with those Eiseni & Deltas and the ones found here. You don't ever see the Whittiers with the speckling that is so common on the Central Valley aberrants. And they have been found in other parts of LA Co. Too bad its so heavily populated here.
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