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Posted by: jfirneno at Sun Dec 17 17:51:01 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jfirneno ]  
   

Sounds like you have a pretty cool job. Trips to Australia for herp stuff. Very nice.

Regards
John





>>John, thanks. I got the email and will respond in more detail direct.
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>>I have not done a lot of work with korean species because i cannot legally sell them here. I import from indo and the US for the herp trade. I also have several breeding projects including several morphs of boas, balls, retics, kings, corns, leopard geckos, etc. I also have projects with chondro, scrubs, carpets, d'alberts, some varaus species etc.
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>>I had hoped to do more work last summer with some korean species (field work) but the herp program I do for sbs tv scheduled me for a trip to australia so i spent a month there this spring instead. I was scheduled to go to Biak / PNG for 40 days beginning in august but landed up in the hospital for a spell a week before we were to depart. Unfortunately all this left me no time except for what I observed and photographed around my farm and a short field trip in june to an island west of Inchon. I will do much more work this summer as I believe there is too little reliable info out there on korean snakes. Most references are to Baek & Sim (1999) and their info is vague and based on my speakings with Dr Sim, may be a bit lacking.
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>>I only got a few hours of sleep but will post a thread on E. schrenk/anomala and reply to the email later today. I am glad to see interest in asian species and if i can help anyone to obtain information at this end, will certainly try to do so.
>>
>>Thanks, Don


   

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