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Posted by: BobS at Sun Oct 27 06:30:30 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by BobS ]  
   

I appreciate the post.

As I said, its been a long time from the days of the Amel. Corns. Since that time I've worked with different animals and haven't been much for mutations.

It's a different world now in the hobby with Ball pythons . I see people throw around the word "co-Dom" and a million little subtle differences that I really honestly don't pay much attention to. Lol.

That was my understanding too of the "Yellows" and "Reds" , that its not a recessive trait , just animals that are inclined to have background washes of yellow or Red that can be enhanced by possibly breeding the brightest animals together. Much like we tend to selectively breed the blackest Lodingi in the hobby to get the darkest animals. I guess that's the case too with the ultra refined Abotts strain Oakatees , boy I wish I lived in a state where I could work with normal Corns!

There's something about those SHBs that I find really attractive . I'm still not much into Mophs but there's a certain something about that subtle but beautiful decrease in melanin.


   

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