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RE: T Negative Albino Texas Ratsnake?

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Posted by: scaledverts at Thu Aug 2 17:38:54 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by scaledverts ]  
   

I looked on Don's website and didn't see anything about the other less common Texas ratsnake morphs. This doesn't mean he isn't working with them, just he doesn't have them listed on his site.

I know a few people that have anery/axanthic, are there two proven genes in Texas ratsnakes where one leaves yellow and one doesn't (e.g. corn snakes)? Along with some of the weird unproven genes (hypo-e, hypo, etc).

I think that I true t-negative albino would be an excellent addition to the growing Texas ratsnake morph market!
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