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Old 11-21-02, 05:40 PM   #16 (permalink)
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confused......

Really? I was under a different impression. I didn't think that all the desert boas were grouped together, and that only the sand boa were erycines, and rosies were a whole different class.........

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Old 11-21-02, 08:04 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Nope, the whole shebang are Erycines! I think we should have the Erycines forum and I should be a mod for it! <laugh>
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Old 11-21-02, 09:50 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Katt, Linds.. I will make the forum tommorow... and Sorry Katt we no longer have mods for seperate forums anymore.. just a few who moderate the whole board... If we are recruiting again we will post it up so people can apply.
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Old 11-21-02, 10:01 PM   #19 (permalink)
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That is great news Jeff.

I think rosies (and sandboas) are wonderful snakes and hopefully this forum will help others discover that too.

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Great Jeff!!

I'm just teasing about modness. At least we got a forum!!
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yay!!! Thanks for the support guys! I certainly think it's fine to group all the desert species together. Most other sites do. I just have noticed that several members keep these snakes and I and very new at Rosy's and will definitely have questions and I was not sure where to put them. Thanks so much Jeff!
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Why not just a "pocket boa" forum ....For the small boas.. including: candoia, and all the desert boas, and small ground boas....It's just a suggestion, but i think it would be pretty cool!

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