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RE: Some questions about the Limburg amels and anerys...

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Posted by: Ryan Young at Tue Sep 20 15:34:24 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ryan Young ]  
   

Here is my take on this whole thing. I have hunted rosies in the integrade zone (i.e in order headed east on I-10 Morongo, Verbinia, And whitwater. It is a mountain range that has good rosy habitat on it and the boas are probably throughout most of that entire area. The only reason you have diffrent locals in some minds is that you just caught a rosy on one road and not the other. What if you got out of your car and walked around a mile between verbinia and whitwater what would you call that snake it was not on either road maybe no road boa. There is no natural barrier between the 3 rosies and taxonomiclly the are all natural integrades and in siences eye the same snake. I was also under the impression that the first albino Whitewater was caught by the green water tower at the end of the road in verbinia? Sorry for the rant.

Thanks Ryan Young


   

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