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RE: T Negative Albino Texas Ratsnake?

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Posted by: scaledverts at Thu Aug 2 21:30:48 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by scaledverts ]  
   

Yeah, I know Allen. He and I exchange emails fairly often regarding Texas rats etc. I have some of his stock too! Can't wait for them to get big enough to breed and produce who knows what.

Also, I emailed Don Soderberg regarding his current stock of Texas rats and it looks like he sold off much of the Texas rats he had. He did confirm that he found an albino Texas ratsnake just north of Austin, TX. He mentioned that he could not quite remember who had got the albino texas though (not that surprising given the time frame since them).

Now, if I can just track it down. I hope the albino bred and kept the genes in the hobby.
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