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RE: Mex Mex w/ Dark base and Orange/Red

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Posted by: Jlassiter at Wed Dec 29 11:43:43 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Jlassiter ]  
   

>>Do any of you know who has or is producing mex mex kings from the line that used to be held by a lady out of Arizona? This line of mexmex is quite different in appearance than most other lines. The base color is very dark and orange/red keyholes/saddles are very vibrant.
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>>Would be interested in finding out how consistently this line is reproducing offspring that look like the adults. Would also like to trade contact information.
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>>Thanks,
>>Russ

Russ,
I think you are referring to the Mex Mex that Kim Caldwell at Kim's Kolubrids used to have.
Ric Blair got those Mex Mex from Kim and now Ryan Hoyer is breeding them. I have a 2009 trio from Ryan that will breed in 2012. I was going to try and breed them in 2011 but would rather wait until they get more size on them.
Jim Sargeant at Split Rock Reptiles has some from Ric/Kim as well.
Bob Hansen has one or some from that line too, I think.

All stem back to a Lloyd Lemke black mex mex line as does the Tony Mangini Black Mex Mex.

The Black ground color and red/orange saddles take years to fully ontogenetically develop.
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John Lassiter
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