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RE: albino alterna?

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Posted by: morulus67 at Mon Feb 4 13:36:57 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by morulus67 ]  
   

I'm really not saying it is alterna, but my take is that it is an alterna X annulata cross collected in the wild. I've seen the snake and I've seen the offspring. The albino does not look like any of the ruthveni crosses I've seen at shows. The band count looks right as well. You have to go with the info on the collection data. I'm just saying if someone can pop out leucistic pure alterna - it is more probable to have an albino as common as these snakes are. I guess time will tell.


   

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