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RE: Name the subspecies.

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Posted by: bleibow at Fri May 19 09:02:01 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bleibow ]  
   

That's a tough call to be sure. I think everyone would agree that it is safe to eliminate exasperatum. Which leaves either horridum or alverezi/charlesbogerti. Adding to the confusion is the fact that the animal appears to be a young adult and may not have attained its final pattern. I would guess that it is a horridum based on their prevelance in US collections, regardless it's a nice one!

BTW - I see that you are now producing beadeds and wonder what your thoughts are on working with them? Did you find their husbandry significantly differnt? What about breeding and incubation?

Thanks
Brian


   

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