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RE: Boa morph question....

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Posted by: biscuit71 at Fri Aug 20 15:12:23 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by biscuit71 ]  
   

Technically, a Hogg hasnt been proven to be a BCI. alot of people say it is, and alot of people say it isnt. Until dna testing is done to prove it out, biologists concider it a subspecies. so in a way it may very well be a form of BCI, but more than likely a subspecies. I was really jsut commenting on the fact that people are all for hybridization if it is to make a more attractive form of somehting to make a load of money, yet not tell someone it IS a hybrid...... thats what i was talking about... people get all upset about ball / blood crosses, but at the same time, they are in the same family and everyhting right down to the species.


   

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