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New T.radix pairing

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Posted by: boxienuts at Sat Mar 26 18:51:09 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by boxienuts ]  
   

The female is a Nebraska albino radix her mother was also het Xmas albino and het anerythristic, her father was an Iowa snow so she is essentially het for Iowa snow and Nebraska snow. The male is the Dodge Co. albino, so this breeding will confirm if his albino type is compatible with either the Iowa albino type (T-) or the Nebraska albino type (T ). I'm guessing he will prove to be compatible with the Nebraska type (T ). If all the babies are normals then they would be possibly het for a new albino type. These two snakes definately have a different look, especially evident in the close shot from above.


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