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Color Polymorphism Research

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Posted by: banditcuster at Sat Feb 9 08:07:59 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by banditcuster ]  
   

Hello and good morning,

I am currently taking a Herp class in college. We get to do a research paper through out the semester on a topic of our choice. As the subject suggests my topic of choice is Color Polymorphism, emphizing(sp?) snakes.

I have found many little papers dealing with wild specimens (mottled rock rattlers and garter snakes mostly), but was wondering if anyone could point me to any information about some of the captive species such as ball pythons or corn snakes that have different color morphs.

Or if breeders or someone would let me pick your brain on these snakes to tie in with my paper.

Thank,
~Bandit~


   

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