I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

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I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by Tuataurifer » December 27th, 2015, 1:45 pm

Well, its basically the end of the year and I put some miles on my camera bag. Shown below isn't everything from this year, but its everything I cared about. Shout out to all my good friends all over the country who spent hours upon hours cruising and hiking with me this year. Looking forward to 2016 and doing it big again. This is NOT in order and I didn't include IDs or locations of anything because I'm lazy, any questions hit me up.

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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by Russ Jerome » December 27th, 2015, 7:52 pm

Im a Crotalus guy but the Blue Racer is my favorite, just because I can never see them holding still.

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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by Tuataurifer » December 28th, 2015, 5:54 am

I lucked out and found a stunning individual on a cooler morning when prickly pear was in bloom. I don't know if ill get that lucky again anytime soon.

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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by NACairns » December 28th, 2015, 7:53 am

Great photos, you saw a lot of awesome critters. You did well in south Texas. Where is that western hognose from? Also which mountain range is range the the twin-spot from?
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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by Tuataurifer » December 28th, 2015, 12:54 pm

NACairns wrote:Great photos, you saw a lot of awesome critters. You did well in south Texas. Where is that western hognose from? Also which mountain range is range the the twin-spot from?
Thanks
Nick
Thanks, the hognose is a gloydi from Missouri. The pricei is from the Huachucas.

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Post by Tyler Hake » December 28th, 2015, 1:38 pm

hey bud. super lame. :thumb: :beer:

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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by chrish » December 28th, 2015, 8:50 pm

Two questions:

Was the Leptodeira found in the field or on the road?

Also, what species of Eurycea are the two neotenics?

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Post by Tuataurifer » December 29th, 2015, 8:10 am

Found in the field on a rancheros property. The Eurycea are both E.spelaea.

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Re: I traveled too much this year(AZ, TX, Fl, Wa, etc)

Post by Soopaman » December 29th, 2015, 11:02 am

You had a good year!

Should have included that horridus we got the one day we went out, and Ryan got stuck a half dozen times.

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Post by ChadHarrison » December 29th, 2015, 12:55 pm

Great post, buddy. Lots of familiar faces here. Your photography is improving quite a bit! Lets find a salamander or 6 in the Pacific Northwest in a few weeks, okay? Okay.

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Post by Tuataurifer » December 29th, 2015, 1:07 pm

Soopaman wrote:You had a good year!

Should have included that horridus we got the one day we went out, and Ryan got stuck a half dozen times.

Ryan getting stuck was way cooler then the timber....I mean, atleast making fun of him for it was. Would love to hit it again this year with yall.

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Post by Tuataurifer » December 29th, 2015, 1:07 pm

ChadHarrison wrote:Great post, buddy. Lots of familiar faces here. Your photography is improving quite a bit! Lets find a salamander or 6 in the Pacific Northwest in a few weeks, okay? Okay.
Thanks bub, and ok :P

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