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Posted by: crodgers at Tue Sep 22 10:37:13 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by crodgers ]  
   

Iím very enthusiastic to get into rosy boas. For a couple years now, Iíve had 1.2 San Diego Coastal Black & Blues from Larry at what was once American Desert Boas (what a great site!) and 1.1 ďhypoĒ Anza Borrego Rosy Boa (Charina trivirgata myriolepis) scientific name as described by VMS herp. Now they have a super hypo? but I digress.

Both of these have jagged stripping but I have seen Anza Borrego rosys for sale that have solid stripes and with various scientific names. Itís really leaching the enthusiasm out of it if I canít at the least inform my fellow rosy fans of what I really have. Ideally, I would love to throw money that I donít really have at these hypos and anery borregos but I heard out that all the anery borregoís were used to make snows by crossing with whitewaters and the hypos from different sources have different stripping patterns.
As for the San Diego Coastal Black & Blues are they Charina trivirgata roseofusca)? Can someone tell me what these are closely related to. I think they are a unicolor locale variant that was inbred to heighten the bluish color? Donít see many of these advertised for sale or anything that looks quite as good as they do. They almost look anery. Are there any anery unicolors?

Sorry for the long post and random rants. Iím really in the dark here and Iíve read the forums. If anyone can point me to certain threads that would be great. Iím sure itís all been discussed before.





   

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