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RE: Dumeril Morph question???

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Posted by: pathigdon at Thu Mar 3 09:07:06 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pathigdon ]  
   

Only truely proven morph of Dums is the T or Caramel Albino. They are only found in Europe.

Also, call this a shameless plug , but check the March 2011 issue of REPTILES the feature article is about Dumerils Boas.
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