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SWCHR ADDS TOBY BROCK'S NEW RATSNAKE FOCUS GROUP TO FORUMS


06 Jan 2008

As of today (01/06/08) SWCHR has added one (1) new additional "Focus Group" to our forums.

This latest addition to our forums is the Rat Snake Focus Group and is reserved for those wishing to discuss or post information concerning the rat snakes (Bogertophis, Pantherophis and Senticolis) of the American Southwest.

This new forum is being moderated by Toby Brock from Corpus Christi, Texas. Rat Snakes are Toby's primary herpetological interest.

If you have interests in any of the southwestern species of rat snakes, we encourage you to log-in and get involved with this new forum that Toby will be working at developing into a viable online community.

The addition of this latest forum brings the total number of SWCHR Forums to eleven (11).

Your support of our forums is appreciated.


Gerald Keown
Director
Southwestern Center for Herpetological Research







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