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Stimson's pythons and Antaresia with T

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Posted by: Patton at Sat Sep 27 12:18:25 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Patton ]  
   

Is anybody still working with Stimson's pythons in the U.S.? I recently moved back to the states after living in Germany for the last 3 years, and haven't seen any Stimson's available. There isn't much discussion about them on the forums either. I've found some Australian breeders that have produced Stimson's and Children's with the T gene. They look amazing, but as with all things Australian they will probably be a nightmare to get into U.S. hands. Morelia carinata gives me hope though! Does anybody have any word of anyone in the U.S. with T Antaresia? Thanks!
-Phil
Here's a T-positive albino Childreni produced by Reedy's reptiles in Australia!
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