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TODD HUGHES NAMED MODERATOR FOR FIELD COLLECTING & FIELD STUDIES FORUM


17 Dec 2007

The Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research has named Todd Hughes to be the moderator of the SWCHR Field Collecting and Field Studies Forum. The 45 year old Hughes who is known on several herp-related forums as "antelope" is from Corpus Christi, Texas and he spends a great amount of time in the field throughout the Coastal Bend Region of Texas pursuing his herpetlogical interests which currently include research on Texas Indigo Snakes, Desert and Speckled Kingsnakes, and tracking southernmost Prairie King Snake populations.


Gerald Keown
Director
Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research







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