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RE: Yes...it really does!

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Posted by: LucasJennings at Sun Aug 25 09:33:45 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by LucasJennings ]  
   

oh that wasn't directed at Jason. I am sure he doesn't think it was. If it really matters to you, call you animals T albino. Or do it like the hog and rat snake people do. Call them T albino (hypo) if you want. I am sure it will go over just as well as the "golden hypo" name did for Stillwaters. Honestly, I don't care. I will continue to call mine Trumbower hypos because that is what people know them by and Craig was the first to produce them. And until I see the genetics showing that it is an albinism, it is just hearsay.

BTW, you brought up balls. There is a ball morph called red axanthic. When it was first discovered it was thought to be recessive. After a few years of breeding, they found out it was actually a codom trait. They still call the heterozygous animals het reds because that was their original name.

Also I find it funny that so many people accept the Stillwater OK animals as "Stillwaters". The original animal was found during a rattlesnake round up so who knows where it actually originated. And several agree with that. But, because it has been called that for so many years, I still call mine Stillwaters.


   

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