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RE: Musquiz Canyon animals

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Posted by: bbox at Wed Jun 15 11:50:43 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bbox ]  
   

Steven,

The stub tailed male (South Cut) was supposed to be a female when Scotty got him. If he were a she, then I would have loved to use your male. It is too much of a stretch for me to feel right about breeding your male to my North cut female (about 7 miles apart as the crow flies). The pair we did breed together is a perfect match. I have been actively seeking out a female for your snake to breed, as I hate to see him die without passing his genes on the the captive population, especially with so few of this locality out there. Don't give up on him. Alterna can live a long time and I have not seen any evidence of males becoming less fertile as they age.

Bryan


   

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