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I probably should, but I do stupid things all the time. 


Thank gawd I never, never, never do anything stupid . . . . . . .ever.

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That would be Callisaurus Draconoides or the Zebra Tailed Lizard. 

I probably should, but I do stupid things all the time. 

 

Yep, we all do John!

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Last time I was out west, I found a sw speck and several scorps, banded gecks and common sideblotched lizzies.

here's the speck:zoologymarch102012030.jpg

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:lmao22:  Wow, he / she is out like a light! Don't you worry about rabies playing with those things? :14dunno:

Though all mammals have rabies, I'd say bats are the least likely to pass it on. I'd be more concerned about giving the bats WNS.

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Though all mammals have rabies, I'd say bats are the least likely to pass it on. I'd be more concerned about giving the bats WNS.

 

That's interesting Dery, I was under the impression they were common carriers of rabies, but I have never actually taken the time to check and see if it was true or not.

 

Last time I was out west, I found a sw speck and several scorps, banded gecks and common sideblotched lizzies.

here's the speck:zoologymarch102012030.jpg

 

That's a nice looking snake!

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Though all mammals have rabies, I'd say bats are the least likely to pass it on. I'd be more concerned about giving the bats WNS.

okay, guess I was wrong about insect bats. But still rabies kills only 1-3 us humans anually. Just use caution like w/ all mammals. and get help for bites.

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Some of the remaining residents of  Stonehouse

 

can only seem to post the link....

 

Just look for the little image icon, once you click on it, a little box will pop up where you can enter the url, and in there you can post the link to any image. :)

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I found a little friend this morning, he looked a little horny so I took his picture, (could be a her too, I don't have a clue which) None the less, here it is, only about an inch and a quarter. Real real cute. these are endangered I think.

 

 

 

 

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We see a lot of those up here, kids love them as they are extremely docile. I have heard they are protected in some states, but they seem plentiful here in Nevada. :)

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we obviously see a lot here too, today's little guy

http://www.exploreforums.com/uploads/monthly_03_2013/post-23-0-71973500-1363226850.jpghttp://www.exploreforums.com/uploads/monthly_03_2013/post-23-0-25639100-1363226974.jpg

 

 

 

and the cow in the yard, it's a critter ain't it.

 

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Looks like the lizard was doing a find job of pest control, sitting right there next to that ant mound (hole) probably eating them as fast as they come out!

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Even the horny toads don't like it where we have to work...

 

Yeah, that poor little fella, I am surprised no other animals devoured him.

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