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    Re: Field herping thread

    Quote Originally Posted by -MARWOLAETH- View Post
    With all those great herps around you, how can you Americans resist keeping them all?
    For me it is very easy. There is no greater satisfaction than observing them in the wild and witnesing the natural life cycle unfold, It's a thrill each spring when they begin showing up, it's an even greater thill when they feed, reproduce and then encountering their offspring.

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    Re: Field herping thread

    Nice pics Gail! I love the brown water snake and the cottonmouth.
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    Re: Field herping thread

    It's the best part of camping. I've got tons of photo's where I'm holding different reptiles/amphibians, but I don't think that counts so I didn't post them.
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    Re: Field herping thread

    Very nice timber/canebrake.
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    Re: Field herping thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Snake View Post
    Great pictures!

    Is that a typical posture for ring-neck snakes to put their tails into a corkscrew?
    Yes, that is a typical defensive position/posture for Diadophis. They musk as well.

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    Re: Field herping thread

    Nice adders.And that female slow worm is way bigger than the ones I've seen
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    Re: Field herping thread

    Quote Originally Posted by -MARWOLAETH- View Post
    Nice adders.And that female slow worm is way bigger than the ones I've seen
    IMAG0211.jpgIMAG0212.jpg Took these last year. This one was fully grown
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