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    Dr. Mason's website

    He has done so much in the field of garter snake research I thought I would post a link to his website.
    Looks like there is plenty of research still going on.
    Study Species | Mason Lab
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Great site! Thanks for sharing it!
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Thought I would give this a bump.
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Quote Originally Posted by katach View Post
    Great site! Thanks for sharing it!
    Agreed, I spent about an hour checking this and related out after you posted!

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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Nice one. Thanks for that, had a quick look and have bookmarked for a proper look later

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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Bookmarked

    Thanks for posting that!
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    I was skimming through the publications list on the Mason Lab website, and was shocked... nay, dismayed... that they haven't managed to get an article published in the Australian Journal of Herpetology.
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Oh, Chris. (Shaking my head)
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    He comes up to Manitoba every year and studies the garters at their dens. Thanks for the link!
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    Re: Dr. Mason's website

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    Oh, Chris. (Shaking my head)
    Sorry. I feel dirty for lowering the tone of a good academic thread.
    Chris
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