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RE: Snow Emory's?

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Posted by: draybar at Mon Jul 30 17:24:35 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by draybar ]  
   

>>Thanks for that info on their origin.
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>>Yes, I was also kicking around that possibility since as you mentioned you wouldn't be able to distinguish a very dark genetic axanthic (no yellow/orange) from a dark melanized normal phenotype if it did have some yellow/orange mixed in or underlying the melanin.
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>>cheers, ~Doug
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>>"a snake in the grass is a GOOD thing"
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>>serpentinespecialties.webs.com


Hmmm...It would be hard to distinguish wouldn't it?
I e-mailed the sellers yesterday and asked about it but they haven't replied yet. I'm sure they're pretty busy this time of year.
I actually got three albino emoryis this year..only had one pair hook up (het to albino) and got three albinos and two normals..not too bad but should have had three more clutches..
emoryis are a lot better snakes then people seem to realize... underrated like bairdis.


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