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    This is an extremely useful link for those interested in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas. John is really a legendary herper. Tons of useful information.

    http://herpo.com/trans-pecos
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    Awesome, thanks. One day, I'll make it down there. I'll just have to go without Scott, because he plants dead rattlesnakes and pretends they actually live in TX

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    Quote Originally Posted by babamba
    Awesome, thanks. One day, I'll make it down there. I'll just have to go without Scott, because he plants dead rattlesnakes and pretends they actually live in TX
    If I were gonna plant something. It would be much more exciting than a dead atrox. I've left a number of dead herps on the road (ask Nathan) in west Texas and atrox definitely was not one of them.

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    Guess I forgot to put the fog lights on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottW
    Quote Originally Posted by babamba
    Awesome, thanks. One day, I'll make it down there. I'll just have to go without Scott, because he plants dead rattlesnakes and pretends they actually live in TX
    If I were gonna plant something. It would be much more exciting than a dead atrox. I've left a number of dead herps on the road (ask Nathan) in west Texas and atrox definitely was not one of them.

    Later, Scott
    lol, the weather sucked, but thanks for taking us out-still had lots of fun finding everything else. better luck next year

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