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Antaresia morph question

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Posted by: markg at Fri Feb 26 12:24:25 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by markg ]  
   

I see that breeders in Australia have I think two strains of recessive T-pos albino childrens pythons plus one or two other morphs that are inheritable, along with a few morphs that are not predictably inheritable but do show up with selective breeding. And that is just childreni. (Really neat spotted python morphs also exist in Oz.)

I keep childreni and have always believed (hoped) that some morphs would show up here in the US at some point. Does anyone know if any morphs are in the US? I want to invest in a ground-floor project. Antaresia are all python in every sense except size but keep like a cornsnake.


   

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