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    Re: Baiting snakes

    one of my "stripeless"garters is growing to look like one in your heat lamp baiting operation
    i assumed they were just abberant easterns but there looking a little different,i will try n get a pic of her up soon to compare.
    after my doubts about them being easterns i was starting to think maybee maritimes?
    mine still have faint stripes but the female is very brownish and starting to look like what you have crawling outa your concrete

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    o m g lucky
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    Re: Baiting snakes

    It has been pretty cool and cloudy for a while, so the bait lamp is working pretty well again. A new Lampropeltis T triangulum came out this morning. Looks like it was thirsty. I have not seen this one before, a little larger and different pattern on its head than the others. This one was pretty shy, so I could not get a real good photo. Nice snake!

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    Another nice snake Terry, nice head pattern. Have you seen the little guy with the un-shed tail recently?
    James.

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    Best "blog" ever, Terry.

    And I'm not just saying that because L. t. triangulum is on my wishlist.

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    James and Stefan: The weather has been a little crappy lately, so the little one has not been around. It is pretty amazing, you want one, and I have them coming out of my walls.
    Terry

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    How about the Dekays snake (Storeria dekayi), have you seen her since you posted her picture? I'd like to see more photos of that one.
    James.

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    James: It has been pretty cold and wet, so I have seen nothing outside. My guess is that they are holed up till it gets a little warmer.
    Terry

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    Re: Baiting snakes

    Quote Originally Posted by stonyloam View Post
    It is pretty amazing, you want one, and I have them coming out of my walls.
    Well put.

    Not much of a market for "common" species. You can get almost every other species of Lampropeltis, including the more typical subspecies of L. triangulum. One of these things I tend to whine about.
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    Re: Baiting snakes

    Funny, I recognized it as a new (different) snake, too .

    Rick

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