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T.I.T.T.I.E.S. West Texas Trip 2008 photo thead

Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by Texas Blonde, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. funnylori

    funnylori Arachnobaron

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  2. funnylori

    funnylori Arachnobaron

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  3. myrmecophile

    myrmecophile Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Good stuff. The little snake is a blackheaded snake. Good find. I have to say Im not impressed with the condition of the rattlesnake enclosures.
     
  4. tarcan

    tarcan Arachnoking Old Timer

    Great pictures everyone, thanks for sharing!!

    We all wish we would have been there!

    Martin
     
  5. By all means, reach in and clean them. :D
     
  6. myrmecophile

    myrmecophile Arachnobaron Old Timer

    LOL, Well if your gonna keep the snakes you have to take proper care of them including cleaning. In addition at least one of those snakes is in need of some feeding, it is unhealthily thin.
     
  7. What

    What Arachnoprince

    While I agree the cages could have used some cleaning, the snakes were almost all in good health(one was recovering from a respiratory infection). I personally did not notice any under-fed snakes...
     
  8. xchondrox

    xchondrox Arachnobaron Old Timer

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    I love that Tiger Rattler (4th snake pic) they've always been my favorite rattler!
     
  9. Nerri1029

    Nerri1029 Chief Cook n Bottlewasher Old Timer

    JUST WOW .. the scenery alone is amazing.

    WISH I could have gone :(
     
  10. GoTerps

    GoTerps Arachnoking Old Timer

    Thanks for sharing the photos everyone! Wish I could have made it!

    Eric
     
  11. Josh, where's the pick of that Aphonopelma sp. crawling up my face??
     
  12. josh_r

    josh_r Arachnoprince Old Timer

    i just got back from texas. i saw way too many things. more tarantulas than i care to count and scorpions.. just too much. i also hiked out a bairds rat snake, 2 copperheads, and later that same night out in some flats, found 2 subocularis. west texas has some amazing animals.

    -josh
     
  13. Travis K

    Travis K TravIsGinger Old Timer

    OK I wanna go next year!
     
  14. What

    What Arachnoprince

    Bit late I know, but I just got around to taking pics of some stuff...

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  15. Scott C.

    Scott C. Arachnofloater Arachnosupporter

    Nice pics Kev... I gotta throw some more up too... The big wolf is stroll'n 'round with a big sac:D
     
  16. josh_r

    josh_r Arachnoprince Old Timer

    really.... im guessing you didnt take a look at the sidewinders.......
     
  17. What

    What Arachnoprince

    Of the 6 sidewinders I have found at different times of the year, they were all at about the same level of feeding as those snakes. So yes, I did look at the sidewinders, but no I dont think they are underfed.
     
  18. XMX

    XMX Arachnosquire

    VERY nice pic's you guys have there.

    Nice species as well.
     
  19. Awesome pics guys! Looked like a lot of fun. What's with the Prada store in the middle of, nothing? Hah! Too bad I'm leaving Texas soon!:wall:
     
  20. Scott C.

    Scott C. Arachnofloater Arachnosupporter

    Haha... that's what I was asking, so Sky fillled us in... It's a sealed off art exhibit... There's a small town nearby full of cooky artists
     
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