Dan Johnson Captive Bred Snakes

LOCATION
Black Gap is located in Brewster County just northeast of Big Bend National Park (Map). It encompasses a 20 mile stretch of Route 2627 which passes through the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, from which the locality derives its name. It should be noted that the Wildlife Management Area is off limits to collecting, however other public and private land exists in the area where collecting is legal.

COLOR/PATTERN VARIATION
Alterna from the Black Gap area are considered by many to be some of the most ususual, bizarre, variable and beautiful of any population of alterna. Examples of the bizarre and unusual include a patternless snake (bgp96a0001) and a heavily triple alternated alterna ( bgp98a0001), both collected by Chris Sheldon in the early 90s; and a washed out, speckled alterna ( bgpfor0002 ) collected by Mike Forstner also in the early 90s. Examples of the beautiful include a dark gray blairs with tomato red saddles (bgpmil0001) collected by Dennis Miller in the early 70s; and a light gray, bright orange blairs (bgp93w0002) I collected in '93. As expected with the highly variable nature of alterna, mixed in with the outstanding specimens are ordinary specimens. On average though, the Black Gap population seems to have a relatively high percentage of quality specimens compared to other populations.

Classic color/pattern characteristics that are widely recognized for Black Gap are heavy white bordering, washed out colors (e.g., bgp96a0002, bgphol0001 ), very bright colors, and white flecking in the orange (e.g., bgphdg0001). On average Black Gap alterna have heavier white bordering than any other population. The white in some spectacular cases can border virtually every black mark, including the speckles. (e.g., bgp97c0402 ) The blairs/alterna ratio is roughly 50/50. The gray is medium to dark on 90% of specimens and light on the remaining 10%. The black bordering of saddles is typically narrow, compared to the Eastern populations. For example, compare bgp97c0303 (Black Gap) with lomdoh0004 (Loma Alta). This narrowness of black is shared by the other nearby populations (Sanderson, Christmas Mountains, River Road). Bow-tie shaped saddles, where the orange is constricted along the spine, are not uncommon (e.g., bgp95c0103, bgphdg0001 ). This characteristic is also not unusual in Christmas Mountains alterna but is rare outside of Brewster County. Diamond shaped saddles occasionally occur (e.g., bgphol0001 ), but are not nearly as common as they are further west on the River Road and in the Davis Mountains. Speckling and triple alternates are also common (e.g., bgp97c0401, bgp97c0602, bgp98a0001 ). The speckling of Black Gap snakes often has a different look compared to other western populations due to the greater about of white bordering. For example, compare bgp97c0402 (Black Gap) with riv96a0001 (River Road).

RARITY
Alterna are very difficult to collect in the Black Gap area. Since the early 70's, when Dennis Miller collected the first known specimen, approximately 40 have been collected (see the Black Gap Wildcaught Table). Two thirds of these have been collected since 1990, when many collectors started targeting the area. During this latter period, an average of less than 4 specimens per year have been taken. The maximum number taken in a given year was 6 (1992). To put this into perspective, approximate maximum yearly takes for other localities are as follows: Langtry, 200; Loma Alta, 80; Sanderson, 40; River Road, 30; Christmas Mountains, 14; Davis Mountains, 12; Alpine, 10; Carlsbad, 1; Hueco Mountains, 11. Rarity increases dramatically from east to west and to a minor extent from low to high elevation. From the longitude and elevation alone, it would be expected that alterna would be more common than they actually are in Black Gap. The most likely explanation for the rarity is habitat. Very little prime habitat intersects Route 2627 where most collecting activity takes place. Outcrops of limestone and volcanics are few and far between and secondary habitat consisting of rolling alluvial deposits is less than ideal because it is situated far from any prime habitat.2 Moisture is well known to be important for alterna. Some have conjectured low precipitation might be another factor in the rarity. Significant Mountain ranges occur to the south and east in Mexico. These could presumably could create a rainshadow over black gap, limiting the influx of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and to a lesser extent the Pacific. While this might be true, the very limited amount of climate data for the area suggests that this is not the case. Black Gap appears to receive amounts of rainfall similar to what is received on the River Road.

Adding to the difficulty of obtaining specimens from the wild, poor adaptation of many of the wildcaughts has made the establishment of the captive population of Black Gap alterna very slow. It is generally believed that wildcaught alterna from the western part of the range are more heavily parisitized than the eastern populations, and as a result the odds of them surviving and adapting to captivity are lower, especially without treatment. It is not unusual for a wildcaught to do well initially, only to become a very sporatic feeder or, in some cases, terminally go off feed. Of 10 females collected in the last 10 years, 4 are are dead and a fifth specimen has never produced. In '97 there were only 3 wildcaught females that produced offspring.

MY COLLECTION
My collection of Black Gap alterna is by far the largest and most genetically diverse group in captivity. Thirty six specimens (18.18), including eleven wildcaughts (8.3), make up the collection. Seventeen of these are adults (10.7). Highlights of the collection are a patternless specimen, which is discussed at length below, a pair of cb98 anerythristics, also discussed below, and an exceptional blairs (bgp93w0002). This blairs has wide vivid orange on a light gray background. Several knowledgeable collectors who have seen this snake in person have commented that it is the most outstanding blairs they have ever seen.

My patternless specimen (bgp96a0001) as is very possibly the most unusual and valuable specimen of alterna ever collected. It has essentially no pattern, except for ventrolateral black marks and banding on the tail. The pattern appears to be genetic. The patternless "pattern" appears to be the end member of the progression of patterns from A) "speckled neck alterna" to B) "heavily speckled alterna with patternless neck" to C) "totally patternless snout to vent." As you go from "A" to "C", the rarity of the pattern increases dramatically. Speckled neck alterna are typical, heavily speckled alterna are rare and patternless alterna are almost unheard of - only 2 patternless alterna are known. In addition to my specimen, one was found many years ago on the river road (Nunley, pers. comm.). My patternless alterna consistently produces the highest quality hatchlings of any of my females. In 1998, she produced a daughter with a patternless neck and random speckles to the vent (bgp98c0301). The snake looks very similar to the mother is general appearance. I consider it to be one of the most spectacular alterna I have seen.

In 1998, I produced a pair of anerythristic alterna. These were produced from a wildcaught male bred back to his daughter. As far as I'm aware, these are the first anerythristic alterna ever produced 3. The female (bgp98c0701) is a blairs phase. With age her appearance is improving considerably. The gray is darkening and the saddles are lightening. She appears to be heading towards a spectacular dark snake with light gray saddles. The male (bgp98c0702) is an alterna phase and is not as appealing as the female.

HISTORY OF CAPTIVE PROPAGATION
The first clutch of Black Gap alterna was produced by Troy Hibbitts in 1992. This milestone occurred 20 years after the capture of the first specimen. Since Troy's clutch, at least one has been produced every year. In 1998, several clutches were produced. As of this writing the only breeders to have produced Black Gap alterna are Troy Hibbitts, Charley Bentley, Brad Anderson, John Siefer, Craig Hodgson, David Doherty and myself.


1 These numbers were derived from my own knowledge and from discussions with Norman Nunley and Jeff Barringer.

2 Similar alluvial deposits of the Mud Flats on the River Road produce considerably more alterna. A key difference between the this area and Black Gap is that prime habitat consisting of Vo1canic Hills is situated much closer to the road. As a result, alterna are more likely to be found in those alluvial deposits.

3 Miraculously, two other breeders also apparently produced anerythristics in 1998 from unrelated stock. A single 277 was produced from wildcaught parents and a generic of unknown lineage was produced. I have seen photos of the generic and it appears to be anerythristic, but have not seen photos of the 277. There are also known to be anerythristic mexicana-alterna hybrids.

Text updated 5/99


Breeder List
ID
Pic
Description
Q
S
Age
F
bgp00c0101 y blairs, washed out saddles, speckles&triples snout to vent 10 3.6 yr f2
bgp00c0103 y alterna, speckled neck, then triples to vent, orange slits 10 3.6 yr f2
bgp00c0201 y nearly patternless, alterna with slight evidence of banding on posterior 10 3.6 yr f2
bgp00c0402 y almost 100% speckled, some posterior pattern 10 3.6 yr f2
bgp00c1001 y blairs, bright orange, bow-tie saddles, speckled snout to vent 10 3.6 yr f3
bgp01c0201 y hypomelanistic, het anerythristic, alterna, only orange on nuchal, some alternates 8 2.6 yr f3
bgp01c0301 y ghost, bow-tie alterna 8 2.6 yr f3
bgp01c0302 y hypo, het anerythristic, intermediate, narrow black 9 2.6 yr f3
bgp01c0504 y 100% speckled 10 2.6 yr f1
bgp01c0701 y intermediate, heavility speckled snout-vent 10 2.6 yr f2
bgp01c0901 y ghost, blairs, narrow saddles, a few alternates 10 2.6 yr f3
bgp01c0902 y ghost, bow-tie alterna 8 2.6 yr f3
bgp93w0001 y alterna, speckled, little orange 8 14.5 yr * wc
bgp94c0101 y alterna, speckled, no orange 6 9.5 yr f1
bgp94w0001 y blairs, light gray, bright orange, single alternates 8 12.5 yr * wc
bgp95c0102 y alterna, dark gray, single alternates, pastel orange slits 3 8.5 yr f1
bgp96a0001 y patternless, medium gray 10 11.5 yr * wc
bgp96a0002 y blairs, washed out orange 5 16.5 yr * wc
bgp96a0003 y medium-dark alterna, orange slits, a couple triples 7 15.5 yr * wc
bgp96c0101 y alterna, specked neck, light, pin-striped 8 7.5 yr f2
bgp97a0001 y blairs, good orange narrow saddles 8 9.5 yr * wc
bgp97a0002 y blairs, dirty orange saddles with faded centers 2 10.5 yr * wc
bgp97c0303 y blairs, slightly bowtied saddles, good orange with white flecks, pin-striped black borders 8 6.6 yr f2
bgp97c0305 y alterna, orange slits, some alternates 5 6.6 yr f2
bgp97c0307 y intermediate, orange slits, some alternates 5 6.6 yr f2
bgp97c0405 y blairs, good orange, single alternates 7 6.6 yr f1
bgp97c0601 y alterna, speckled neck, some orange 8 6.5 yr f1
bgp97c0602 y alterna, speckled neck, orange bow ties 8 6.5 yr f1
bgp98a0001 y alterna, heavily triple alternated, orange slits 10 15.5 yr * wc
bgp98a0002 y blairs, dark gray, dirty orange 3 7.5 yr f1
bgp98c0301 y patternless neck, then heavily speckled to vent 10 5.6 yr f1
bgp98c0302 y heavy speckled neck, then faded diamonds to vent 9 5.6 yr f1
bgp98c0402 y alterna, anterior triple alternates, orange slits 9 5.6 yr f1
bgp98c0501 y alterna, slits of orange suffused with white, speckled neck 8 5.5 yr f2
bgp98c0701 y anerythristic blairs 7 5.5 yr f2
bgp98c0702 y anerythristic alterna, bow ties 4 5.5 yr f2
bgp98c0703 y blairs, few alternates, 67% probable het anerythristic 7 5.5 yr f2
bgp98w0001 y blairs, narrow saddles, anterior bullseye alternates, so-so orange 8 5.5 yr * wc
bgp99a0004 y blairs, slight diamond shape, slight striping 8 4.5 yr f2
bgp99c0501 y intermediate, narrow black, speckled neck, orange-centered triples 10 4.6 yr f1

Current Stock List
ID
Pic
Description
Q
S
Feeding
Age
Price
Sold
bgp03c0202 y het anery, 67% pos. het hypo, alterna, busy neck 5 y 0.6 yr $100  
bgp03c0409 y anery, 67% pos. het hypo, alterna, little orange 3 y 0.6 yr $150  
bgp03c0411 y anery, 67% pos. het hypo, alterna, little orange 2 y 0.6 yr $125  
bgp03c0414 y anery, 67% pos. het hypo, intermediate, little orange 3 y 0.6 yr $150  
bgp03c0701 y ghost, bowtie alterna 6 y 0.6 yr $750  
bgp03c0705 y anery, 67% pos. het hypo, bowtie intermediate 3 y 0.6 yr $125  
bgp03c0706 y anery, 67% pos. het hypo, intermediate 3 y 0.6 yr $125  
bgp03c0901 y hypo alterna 5 y 0.6 yr $500  
bgp03c0902 y het anery, 67% pos. het hypo, alterna, speckled neck & triples 7 y 0.6 yr $175  
bgp03c1005 y alterna, very speckled, no orange 9 y 0.5 yr $225  
bgp03c1007 y 100% speckled 10 y 0.5 yr $250  
bgp03c1008 y very speckled alterna 8 y 0.5 yr $150  
bgp03c1104 y blairs with saddle washouts 7 y 0.5 yr $150  
bgp03c1502 y bowtie blairs 4 y 0.5 yr $85  
bgp03c2002 y alterna, little orange, speckles & triples snout-vent 8 y 0.5 yr $175  
bgp03c2003 y alterna, faded orange slits, very speckled 9 y 0.5 yr $175  
bgp03c2005 y alterna, orange slits, very speckled 8 y 0.5 yr $150  
bgp03c2101 y alterna, very speckled, little orange 8 y 0.5 yr $175  
bgp03c2105 y alterna, fairly speckled, not much orange 7 y 0.5 yr $175  
bgp03c2203 y het anery, 67% pos. het. hypo, blairs 4 y 0.5 yr $100  
bgp03c2401 y blairs with alternates 5 y 0.4 yr $75  
bgp03c2404 y blairs, bullseyes and fadeouts 7 y 0.4 yr $150  
bgp03c2502 y blairs 3 y 0.4 yr $75  
bgp03c2503 y blairs, a couple bullseyes 4 y 0.4 yr $100  
bgp03c2601 y ghost, intermediate 5 y 0.4 yr $750  
bgp03c2603 y ghost, intermediate 5 y 0.4 yr $750  
bgp03c2610 y het anery, 67% pos het hypo, blairs 3 y 0.4 yr $100  

Clutches Produced
Clutch ID
Photos
Mother
Father
Date Laid
Hatch Date
Days
Incubated
Egg
Count
Hatchling
Count
Bad
Eggs
bgp0001 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98a0001
5/2/2000 7/6/2000 65 10 6 0
bgp0002 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp97c0405
5/17/2000 7/21/2000 65 6 6 0
bgp0003 Photos
bgp97c0307

bgp92w0001
4/30/2000 7/2/2000 63 10 9 0
bgp0004 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp98a0001
5/2/2000 7/6/2000 65 9 9 0
bgp0005 Photos
bgp97c0602

bgp98a0001
4/29/2000 7/2/2000 64 9 6 3
bgp0006 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp98a0001
5/4/2000 7/8/2000 65 10 10 0
bgp0007 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp92w0001
4/30/2000 7/3/2000 64 14 2 10
bgp0008 Photos
bgp97c0305

bgp92w0001
5/1/2000 7/5/2000 65 11 4 3
bgp0009 Photos
bgp97c0303

bgp92w0001
5/19/2000 7/23/2000 65 10 7 3
bgp0010 Photos
bgp96c0101

bgp97c0405
5/12/2000 7/17/2000 66 6 6 0
bgp0011 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98a0001
6/19/2000 8/22/2000 64 7 2 3
bgp0012 Photos
bgp97c0307

bgp92w0001
6/19/2000 NA NA 6 0 6
bgp0101 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98a0001
5/4/2001 7/14/2001 71 10 5 1
bgp0102 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp98c0702
5/3/2001 7/15/2001 73 15 9 1
bgp0103 Photos
bgp97c0305

bgp98c0702
5/7/2001 7/19/2001 73 14 14 0
bgp0104 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp97a0002
5/7/2001 7/15/2001 69 9 9 0
bgp0105 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp98a0001
5/13/2001 7/23/2001 71 8 8 0
bgp0106 Photos
bgp96c0101

bgp98a0001
5/12/2001 7/24/2001 73 8 8 0
bgp0107 Photos
bgp97c0602

bgp98a0001
5/14/2001 7/30/2001 77 4 4 0
bgp0108 Photos
bgp98c0301

bgp98a0001
5/15/2001 7/24/2001 70 8 8 0
bgp0109 Photos
bgp98c0701

bgp98c0702
5/9/2001 7/22/2001 74 9 9 0
bgp0110 Photos
bgp97c0307

bgp96a0003
5/12/2001 7/22/2001 71 11 11 0
bgp0112 Photos
bgp98c0703

bgp98c0702
5/19/2001 7/30/2001 72 12 9 2
bgp0113 Photos
bgp97c0303

bgp97c0405
5/14/2001 7/24/2001 71 9 8 0
bgp0114 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp98a0001
5/19/2001 7/30/2001 72 10 9 0
bgp0115 Photos
bgp97c0601

bgp98a0001
5/25/2001 8/2/2001 69 6 6 0
bgp0116 Photos
bgp98c0501

bgp97a0002
5/12/2001 7/23/2001 72 10 9 0
bgp0117 Photos
bgp94w0001

bgp97a0002
6/1/2001 8/11/2001 71 5 5 0
bgp0118 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp97a0002
6/16/2001 8/24/2001 69 8 4 3
bgp0201 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98c0702
5/1/2002 7/16/2002 76 7 1 0
bgp0202 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp98c0702
5/2/2002 7/14/2002 73 10 10 0
bgp0203 Photos
bgp98c0701

bgp98c0702
5/4/2002 7/18/2002 75 2 2 0
bgp0204 Photos
bgp98c0501

bgp97a0002
5/6/2002 7/20/2002 75 7 7 0
bgp0205 Photos
bgp97c0305

bgp98c0702
5/6/2002 NA NA 12 0 7
bgp0206 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp98c0702
5/7/2002 7/20/2002 74 12 12 0
bgp0207 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp98a0001
5/9/2002 7/20/2002 72 8 7 1
bgp0208 Photos
bgp97c0303

bgp98c0702
5/9/2002 7/25/2002 77 10 9 0
bgp0209 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp97a0002
5/9/2002 7/19/2002 71 8 8 0
bgp0210 Photos
bgp98c0301

bgp98a0001
5/10/2002 7/22/2002 73 9 9 0
bgp0211 Photos
bgp97c0307

bgp98c0702
5/11/2002 NA NA 9 0 4
bgp0212 Photos
bgp97c0602

bgp98c0702
5/1/2002 7/16/2002 76 7 5 1
bgp0213 Photos
bgp94w0001

bgp98w0001
5/12/2002 7/24/2002 73 6 6 0
bgp0214 Photos
bgp97c0601

bgp98c0702
5/12/2002 7/25/2002 74 10 10 0
bgp0215 Photos
bgp96c0101

bgp98c0702
5/16/2002 7/31/2002 76 7 7 0
bgp0216 Photos
bgp98c0703

bgp98c0702
5/16/2002 8/4/2002 80 4 3 0
bgp0217 Photos
bgp99c0501

bgp98c0702
6/6/2002 8/23/2002 78 6 6 0
bgp0218 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98c0702
6/15/2002 9/1/2002 78 8 3 5
bgp0301 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp97a0002
5/12/2003 NA NA 8 0 8
bgp0302 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98c0702
5/15/2003 7/30/2003 76 8 3 0
bgp0303 Photos
bgp97c0602

bgp98c0702
5/16/2003 7/30/2003 75 9 8 0
bgp0304 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp98c0702
5/16/2003 7/31/2003 76 17 15 0
bgp0305 Photos
bgp97c0305

bgp98c0702
5/16/2003 7/31/2003 76 13 4 4
bgp0306 Photos
bgp97c0307

bgp98w0001
5/20/2003 NA NA 8 0 8
bgp0307 Photos
bgp98c0701

bgp98c0702
5/22/2003 8/6/2003 76 8 6 1
bgp0308 Photos
bgp96c0101

bgp97a0002
5/23/2003 8/9/2003 78 7 1 3
bgp0309 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp98c0702
5/23/2003 8/6/2003 75 7 7 0
bgp0310 Photos
bgp98c0301

bgp98a0001
5/26/2003 8/9/2003 75 10 8 1
bgp0311 Photos
bgp98c0501

bgp97a0002
5/27/2003 8/10/2003 75 8 8 0
bgp0312 Photos
bgp98c0402

bgp97a0001
5/27/2003 8/10/2003 75 5 4 0
bgp0313 Photos
bgp97c0601

bgp96a0002
5/31/2003 NA NA 9 0 9
bgp0314 Photos
bgp94w0001

bgp98w0001
6/3/2003 8/16/2003 74 6 5 0
bgp0315 Photos
bgp99a0004

bgp97a0002
6/3/2003 8/16/2003 74 6 4 0
bgp0316 Photos
bgp99c0501

bgp98a0001
6/4/2003 8/20/2003 77 6 6 0
bgp0317 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp97a0002
6/4/2003 8/17/2003 74 8 8 0
bgp0318 Photos bgp00c0201
bgp97c0405
6/5/2003 NA NA 8 0 8
bgp0319 Photos
bgp97c0303

bgp97a0002
6/11/2003 NA NA 7 0 7
bgp0320 Photos
bgp00c0101

bgp98a0001
6/19/2003 9/1/2003 74 9 9 0
bgp0321 Photos
bgp00c1001

bgp98a0001
6/19/2003 9/1/2003 74 6 5 0
bgp0322 Photos
bgp98c0703

bgp98c0702
6/23/2003 9/4/2003 73 6 6 0
bgp0323 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp98c0702
7/4/2003 NA NA 7 0 7
bgp0324 Photos
bgp99a0002

bgp97a0002
7/7/2003 9/18/2003 73 4 4 0
bgp0325 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp97a0002
7/12/2003 9/23/2003 73 7 3 0
bgp0326 Photos
bgp97c0305

bgp98c0702
7/18/2003 9/29/2003 73 11 11 0
bgp9401 Photos
bgp93w0001
bgphdg0001 NA 1994 NA 5 5 0
bgp9501 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp92w0001
NA 1995 NA 7 7 0
bgp9601 Photos
bgp93w0001
bgphib0003 NA 1996 NA 9 5 0
bgp9701 Photos
bgp93w0001
bgphdg0001 5/9/1997 7/7/1997 59 10 9 1
bgp9702 Photos
bgp94c0101
bgphdg0001 5/15/1997 7/13/1997 59 8 2 1
bgp9703 Photos
bgp95c0102
bgphdg0001 6/3/1997 8/1/1997 59 8 8 0
bgp9704 Photos
bgp96a0001
bgphdg0001 6/2/1997 7/31/1997 59 6 5 0
bgp9705 Photos
bgp94w0001
bgphdg0001 6/22/1997 NA NA 2 0 0
bgp9706 Photos
bgp93w0001
bgphdg0001 6/26/1997 8/24/1997 59 9 9 0
bgp9801 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp97a0001
5/13/1998 7/14/1998 62 11 10 1
bgp9802 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp97a0001
5/17/1998 7/15/1998 59 8 7 0
bgp9803 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp97a0001
5/28/1998 7/26/1998 59 6 2 1
bgp9804 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp97a0001
5/24/1998 7/22/1998 59 8 8 0
bgp9805 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp97a0002
6/30/1998 8/25/1998 56 9 7 1
bgp9806 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp94c0103
7/5/1998 9/2/1998 59 7 6 0
bgp9807 Photos
bgp95c0102

bgp92w0001
7/7/1998 9/3/1998 58 10 10 0
bgp9901 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp93w0002
5/16/1999 7/14/1999 59 8 3 1
bgp9902 Photos
bgp94w0001

bgp93w0002
6/1/1999 7/27/1999 56 8 6 2
bgp9903 Photos
bgp98a0002

bgp93w0002
6/6/1999 8/4/1999 59 4 4 0
bgp9904 Photos
bgp96c0101

bgp93w0002
6/5/1999 8/3/1999 59 4 4 0
bgp9905 Photos
bgp93w0001

bgp93w0002
6/6/1999 8/3/1999 58 8 8 0
bgp9906 Photos
bgp96a0001

bgp93w0002
6/4/1999 8/2/1999 59 6 3 2
bgp9907 Photos
bgp94c0101

bgp93w0002
6/26/1999 8/23/1999 58 8 3 0


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