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Bad link?

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Thats no atrox dammit :x ...its a red morph diamondback rattlesnake! Duh :lol:

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Porter wrote:Thats no atrox dammit :x ...its a red morph diamondback rattlesnake! Duh :lol:
Soooooo... you didn't see it either, then... :lol: I'll post pics in the morning... it was a DOR Atrox someone must have dumped there...

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Pfft...that just an Anerythristic Ruber ;)

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Well .... Jim you know us herpers have a sense of humor... :lol:

A decade or so ago I was babysitting a friends pair of L. nigrita. They were every bit 57-58 inches long.
One shed while in my care. I took the shed out and placed it under a friends boardline.
He posted a pick here, saying there must be a 5 foot Cal kingsnake in that area.
I called him later and got a really good laugh.....

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Years back, there was the discovery of an Crotalus oreganus out by Barstow, who found that one? That's also bizarre.

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It was the same guy who found the 6' rosy boa! :crazyeyes:

(sorry ... couldn't help myself :lol:)

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Steve Bledsoe wrote:It was the same guy who found the 6' rosy boa! :crazyeyes:

(sorry ... couldn't help myself :lol:)
ALL you guys are SO Gonna get it... when i find another... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I also found a Crotalus enyo on Whitewater Rd. years ago. It was documented here if you search.

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Didn't someone post here on the forums a few years ago, a DOR Ball Python that was found near the desert on Hwy 74 or Hwy 243?

I have no doubt that the entire region out there in the San Gorgonio Pass/Palm Springs area is a dumping ground for unwanted reptiles. No telling what may be discovered out there over time.

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I also found a green ratsnake made of rubber on Whitewater. RockRatt had written his name in sharpie on the underside. I put it back, so the joke would continue.

But, I do agree with you Steve. You never know what you are getting into.

I have had some sketchie situations on popular roads in AZ as well.

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Ok. So I'm starting up the sea snakes in the Salton Sea thing again. From seagulls most likely....

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I'm expecting to see a Bearded Dragon one of these days, sunning himself in Anza-Borrego, and I won't be surprised if and when it happens.

An atrox finding it's way naturally into the Berdoos is at least a remote possibility, but considering all the other stuff we find in that area, I personally have to assume it was a released animal.

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ricrabt wrote:Ok. So I'm starting up the sea snakes in the Salton Sea thing again. From seagulls most likely....
Uber gulls??? :lol: :lol: :lol: ogr

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