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Posted by: Kevin Saunders at Wed Aug 1 20:19:52 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Kevin Saunders ]  
   

I noticed Ben Siegel has some in the classifieds right now, so I assume you're talking about his? I got a female scaleless yellow from him recently and a male possible het. I was told the male was a TX x yellow cross and it looks the part, but concerning the scaleless they said "to the best of my knowledge these are pure everglades." I personally wouldn't put much stock in the idea of scaleless glades just popping up out of the blue unrelated to the scaleless TX rats, but it is possible, no matter how unlikely. All of the others I've seen look more orange and typical of what we in the hobby call glades rats. I thought this girl was interesting since she looks more like a typical yellow...if a typical yellow didn't have scales.



   

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