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"WHITE" speckled rattlesnakes

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Posted by: greybanded at Sat Nov 27 21:35:23 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by greybanded ]  
   

Is anyone working with these(Crot. mitch. pyrrhus) or does anyone have more info on them or pics? I have just heard about these recently. I know they are highly variable throughout their range. Are the "white" ones only found in the Tinajas Altas mountains? Do they all look similar in that area or is that phase very rare kind of like finding a blonde suboc in west Texas? Any good info would be greatly appreciated.


   

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