"Reptilian Diaries", et cetera, . . . . . . with Frank Colacicco -- January 2019 onward

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#41: West Texas: Part 2 "Round 2 of West Texas herping"
Published: 27 Feb 2022

"West Texas herping can be slow at times, but the payoff is usually worth it! Bogertophis subocularis is one of the crown jewels of Texas reptiles and most herpers are always stoked to see them. This was my first go at them and man was I stoked to see one. This is part 2 of a 3 part series. We'll wrap up with a banger!"

 
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#42: West Texas: Part 3 "We're herping for the snakes of West Texas! Alterna!! Subocs!! Get some! Herp Photography!"
Published: 24 April 2022

"Volume three of herping the West Texas area for all the goodies that live here. Lampropeltis alterna, Bogertophis subocularis, etc. We also run through some herp photo tips! Third and final volume of this series! Let's go herping!"

 
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#43: South of the Border: Back in Baja---Volume 2 "We're going after some reptiles of Baja California! Coleonyx, Lichanura!"
Published: 28 August 2022

"The reptiles of Baja are adapted to some harsh yet stunning landscapes. The desert meets the Sea of Cortez, and is one of my favorite places on earth. Let's go herping!"

 
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