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RE: Timber vs. Canebrake

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Posted by: justinian2120 at Wed Sep 20 07:24:03 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by justinian2120 ]  
   

right,no debating those facts....btw in my previous post i did get a couple facts wrong,the mtdna was concerning canebrakes from fla. compared to a northerly state which escapes me at the moment;and the south jersey ones were most closely related to the north jersey montane ones.....but my point in general was that if you're gonna sink atricaudatus into h. horridus,then how the hell can you justify all those other n.a. snake subsp.?....you can't,obviously.snake taxonomy is very inconsistent the way it stands currently.
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