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RE: Snake ID --

Well all... still not sure what it is, but it is friendly or at least
not aggressive. It is currently living under my sweet autumn clematis..
well what I can see of it anyways... then again it may have shed it's
skin and will be somewhere I am not expecting. 

It rained again today, so not much gardening time...


> Donna - look at the head, is it the arrowhead shape or just smooth
> the body like a gartersnake? It's more likely to be poisonous if
> arrowhead shaped. Of course there are excptions, like the coral snake.
> One of the deadliest on this continent w/ the smooth profile. All mine
> are good guys except for the occasional copperhead which suffers the
> fate of Anne Boleyn. Chop!!

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