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Elusive Rosy Morphs - Pink and Purple???

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Posted by: sstephenson at Thu Aug 4 17:57:35 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sstephenson ]  
   

A couple weekends ago I had the opportunity to speak with a fellow Rosy Boa and Kenyan Sand Boa enthusiast so that we could swap some Kenyan babies. She reminded me of something that I had read some time ago about a purple rosy boa. In searching through some posts from 2005, I came across a post referring to a purple rosy color morph. Since I didn't see any photos, I have no idea what they looked like. Based on the information in the posts, it sounded like the morph resulted from a cross between a Whitewater albino and an L. trivirgata trivirgata from a locality that was not named. Does anyone have any additional information on this morph? I'd love to see some photos.

Interestingly enough, in my search for the purple rosy, I came across some photos of a "cotton candy" pink rosy. Based on the very limited info that I found, it sounded like a pair of the pink snakes didn't survive long. Any info on the pink snakes would be much appreciated as well. Thanks.

Steve


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