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Stillwater Bullsnake question

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Posted by: JLenoce1 at Wed Dec 3 18:24:18 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JLenoce1 ]  
   

I've always been more a Carpets and Chondros type of girl but just recently decided I want to purchase my first Bull Snake after interacting with a huge adult female that's a recent addition to my local herp shop.(What an attitude! lol)
I've since researched a little and am absolutely in love with the coloring of Stillwater Hypo Bulls. They're stunning. Now I realize that Stillwater is the locality but are they hypomelanistic by definition or is the hypo part a morph of a normal Stillwater Bull Snake? It's all very confusing.
and if they are hypomelanistic by definition, does their color improve with age? I know it's usually the opposite care but I ask because I found one locally and it's coloring is not nearly as impressive as 99% of the pictures I've seen online. Any input would be appreciated


   

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