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My 2010 Thayeri Holdbacks

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Posted by: jonellopez at Wed Sep 1 04:12:51 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jonellopez ]  
   

I told myself earlier this year that I will try to cut back on my snake collection and not hold back anything this season. BUT, these two sons of Sharktooth were just too handsome to let go. I hope these two become future studs down the road. The mother of these hatchlings is a yellow leonis phase that came from Mike B. a few years back that I carefully matched to get some nice yellow animals. "Great success!" Hope you guys enjoy the pics.


Here's a "hypo-ish" looking yellow male. Even the head pattern is almost devoid of black pigments. You can also barely see it from the pic but he has an orange tail as well. Similar to what Mike B. have been producing from his nice animals.



Here's a yellow MSP that actually caught my eye first when I checked the incubation box. The reduced black and contrast between the yellow and red is very eye catching. I hope he follows his father's foot-steps (for snakes I guess that would be belly-undulation?).
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