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RE: I agree with Josh.....

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Posted by: joshtrout at Tue May 15 17:45:59 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by joshtrout ]  
   

Well people have crossed them. But in my opinion, it's not an improvement. Kelly is right, if you lose track of the offspring it can make things complicated. Don't take this the wrong way, but I believe some of your confusion might be from thinking the locality of the snakes, is indicative of what species or subspecies it might be. Which can be confusing. It is much easier to go with the scientific name in this instance. For example, in your last post you were using the locality and species interchangeably. I think Kelly can shed more light on this than I can. Also Kelly if you wouldn't mind answering a question of mine. Have the three subspecies officially been given full species status? I.e. Python brongersmai, Python curtus, etc. Any light you could shed on this would be most appreciated.
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