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Sinaloan Pics?

Discussion in 'Milksnakes' started by Knox, Jun 21, 2007.

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  1. Knox

    Knox Elite Member

    I have tried, to little avail, to find some pics of Sinaloan Milksnakes natrual habitat. I have read that it is semi arid scrubland, but does mean it is more toward desert or something like the midwestern US?

    Anyone have pics that might help me? A pic of a wild Sinaloan where it was caught would be great!

    Thanks.
     
  2. Knox

    Knox Elite Member

    Re: Sinaloa Pics?

    I think I found one. Does this look right? If so, that isn't much different than the forests of South East U.S., right? Eastern Kingsnake / Black Ratsnake type of envrionment?

    This doesn't look semi-arid or like scrub land to me?

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  3. JMM

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  4. Knox

    Knox Elite Member

    Re: Sinaloa Pics?

    Thank you! So, the forests and scrub ARE drier than South Eastern U.S.

    I really do appreciate you taking the time to find that for me.
     
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