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August 30, 2013

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Paul Hudson

Hello Lee, Can you point me in the right direction for your article on sand lizard subspecies and race please? I'm interested in your comments on this aricle but seem unable to find it on your blog, I breed the Merseyside agilis on behalf of ARC.thanks

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    As principal ecologist for Calumma Ecological Services, I am able to put my interest in reptiles and amphibians to good effect. Like most folks that work with wildlife, my activities extend beyond just 'the job' and I am also involved with several local conservation groups. Being the county recorder for reptiles and amphibians in Kent certainly helps me to fill in those spare moments when I'm not busy with the kids!

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