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Yeah..the "canebrake" comes from a plant (Rivercane - Arundinaria gigantea) that this species is often associated with in the southeast. This plant grows in dense clumps known as canebrakes and hides lots of rattlesnakes. :)
thanks! never realized brake vs. break.
Wow! Great spotting. You mispelled "canebrake" but nailed the ID other than that!
Spotted on Jun 19, 2011 Submitted on Sep 19, 2012
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