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Mega Line _ Heavy Polyzona Influence?

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Posted by: RG at Wed Oct 24 22:44:21 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by RG ]  
   

Jimmy had observed something in a previous post of mine; about potential Polyzona influence in my version of "Hobby Hondos" AKA my Mega Hypo stuff.

I totally agree, and I've had that very same thought before (broken snout band, heavy tipping in the inner triad, etc.), so here are some neonate pics followed by recent pics (today) to show you all why I see heavy Polyzona influence.


Female, Tricolor Mega 66% Het Snow, Neonate (2011):




Female, Tricolor Mega 66% Het Snow, Yearling(Oct 2012):






Female, Ghost 66% Het Amel, Neonate (2011):




Female, Ghost 66% Het Amel, Yearling (Oct 2012):



Bi-colors in the making!

One other thing that I've noticed, many of my "Hobby Hondos" (not just the Mega Line stuff) have bifurcated frontal head scales...anyone have a theory why that would occur?




-Rusty
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