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Posted by: mike h. at Tue Mar 20 11:44:03 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mike h. ]  
   

It's a "Garden Phase" amazon tree boa.

ATBs come in a variety of different looks, which are referred to as "phases", not "morphs" as they are naturally occurring variations. Some of the "phases" are red, yellow, orange, banded, multicolored, patternless, and more... Any that are not colored, but are something like grey, brown, black, silvery, or any combination of these, would normally be considered "garden phase".

There are a couple of proven genetic morphs. The tiger, the leopard, and two different lines of calicos.


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