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 A few Arizona Crotalus

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Bill White
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PostSubject: A few Arizona Crotalus   Sun 23 Dec - 4:54

Looking back on some field shots now that cooler temps have settled in. Looking forward to spring!

C molossus







C cerberus







C tigris



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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Sun 23 Dec - 7:06

Awesome ! Thanks for sharing ! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Sun 23 Dec - 15:44

Hi Bill,

i love the last Tigris shot, but the other pics are even stunners. Why can´t i live in Arizona?
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Sebastian
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 1:38

Thank you Andre and Sebastian, glad you enjoyed them!
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 3:13

absolutly great snakes Bill ! I´ll like the tigris very much. This is one of ,,my´´ favorite Crotalus. But, when I se this topic, I has hope to see some of the smaler ones. lepidus, willardi and pricei. I like this mountain species a lot, because they live in habitats that looks very similar to the habits of our european vipers. Did you have some stuff of this too?
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 7:38

Thank you Peter. Tigirs is a favorite of mine too.
Though I do hike in the mountain ranges they inhabit, I've not spent any time in the rocky talus pricei prefer. Perhaps next season.
Here are some lepidus and willardi for you.



A neonate





Found this willardi on the crawl I believe just a few minutes after ingesting a good sized meal.



A large male.





Cheers, Bill
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 8:00

fantastic, fantastic shots and amazing crotts love the last 2 shots of the willardi, regards and happy holidays to everyone
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 16:26

Thanks a lot Bill!

Yes, thats the rattlers I´ll like the most!
Thanks for this - and happy christmas!

cheers,

Peter
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Mon 24 Dec - 18:43

Amazing, I really hope that I can visit the United States in future for some rattler herping trips - Awesome ! Nice Animals and nice photos !
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PostSubject: Re: A few Arizona Crotalus   Tue 25 Dec - 7:49

Gustav, Peter, and Andre thank you again. Glad you enjoyed them.
Merry Christmas to all!
Bill
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