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Okeetee Subclasses?

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Posted by: ggolemg at Fri Jun 6 13:54:50 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ggolemg ]  
   

After seeing an adult okeetee at Scott Smith’s
All Animal Expo a little while back I wanted one.

The issue is apparently okeetee vary greatly from one to another, one locality to another, one line to another, etc. It seems like just about every aspect can vary with them, and I'm only talking about non-morphs.

Is there anything out there that has the different subclasses of okeetee illustrated so I can describe and eventually find what I consider perfect for me?

If I was trying to find say a high yellow, thin black band, wide head, what would that be considered? And what about the opposite?

I'd very much appreciate the help, thank you.

-george


   

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