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Some questions on L.c. calligaster.

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Posted by: Steve_Craig at Mon Nov 28 19:12:42 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Steve_Craig ]  
   

First off, I'd love to see everyones pics of their Prairie Kings. Everything from locality to non-locality animals. I've been wanting one of these under rated kings for a while, and I'm happy to say I have one on order. I'll post pics in a few days. Interesting how hard it is on the classifieds to find a nice normal prairie king.
Thanks to the photos from Phil & Brian, I know some of the Kentucky populations have their own specific look, but what about other localities? Do the Calligaster in Texas tend to have a specific look, or are they very diverse populations in the Lone star State? What about Kansas, Oklahama, and other states that are in their range? Also, what localities have some of the largest Prairie Kings? Or how about the smallest? Thanks in advance.
Steve


   

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