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SWCHR NAMES TERRY COX TO BE MODERATOR FOR LAMPROPELTIS FOCUS GROUP


02 Nov 2008

Please welcome Terry Cox as our new moderator for the Lampropeltis Focus Group here at SWCHR. Terry, who is a retired school teacher, a long-time herpetologist and naturalist recently moved from the north country of Michigan to southern Arizona in the heart of the American Southwest. I would like to encourage any and all of you who have an interest in the kingsnakes and milksnakes of the American Southwest to become an active part of this SWCHR virtual community that Terry will be building.


Gerald Keown
Director
Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research







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