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 Post subject: Keep the hog train rolling!
PostPosted: June 1st, 2012, 6:06 pm 
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Location: New Yawk
Hey guys, for those that don't know me, I'm studying Eastern Hognose Snakes for my MS. I've been searching diligently, and I'm now up to 5 snakes!

In order of capture:

Snake 01, male, 157g.

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Snake 02, female, 76cm, 423g.

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This extra sharp photo above was taken by Ken Barnett. The color on these snakes is unreal.

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Snake 03, male (I think), 214g, 63cm.

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Snake 04, female, 618g, 78cm.

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Snake 05, female, 640g, 95cm. She is opaque, so I don't want to bug her for a picture, but she looks like snake 2, 3, and 4.

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I also just got back from Vermont, and saw some cool stuff as well:

Smooth Green Snake
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Woodland Jumping Mouse
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Wood Frog
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Two-lined Salamander
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Red-bellied Snake
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Black Rat Snake
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Black-and-white Warbler on nest:

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 Post subject: Re: Keep the hog train rolling!
PostPosted: June 2nd, 2012, 2:19 am 
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Location: South-Central Kansas
Snake 2, 3, and 4 are stunning! The last one seems like a bruiser, 95 cm is a good sized snake. Seems like a really cool Master's project, good luck. :D


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