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You probably had a map of T. sirtalis. (At least I think that's the one I saw you post on Facebook). NM has quite the garter diversity:LouB747 wrote:Thanks. For some reason the garter snake map I pulled up only showed the New Mexico Garter in that state. Lifer either way. Good times!
Here's a link to the New Mexico Herpetological Society's snake page, has species, names, pictures and range maps: