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Thanks Jellis This is what I thought but snakes are not my field of interest.
Nest doing well :)
Here is another resource with photo of juvenile Texas Rat Snakehttp://www.texassnakes.net/JuvRat.htm
very nice :)
You are welcome :) I saw lots of firsts on that 2013 trip.
Here is one I caught in May of 2013 that shows the tye-dye - http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/244... As Ashley said they are really cool when molting. Great photos :)
This is a member of the Order Zygentoma - Silverfish, Firebrat or Booklice. I cannot tell exactly from your photo, but here is a link for further study: http://bugguide.net/node/view/79