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Tri Color Trivs - For James

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Posted by: Eimon at Tue Oct 18 04:49:21 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Eimon ]  
   

I rembered your interest in these. You really haven't seen or heard anything about these? They've been around for a long time, but seen very infrequently. I saw these recently and took a few pics. I have other pics of some from the past, but haven't been able to access my archive drive. There is a debate on whether they are a naturally ocurring morph between mid and lower Baja animals, or man made crosses. I would think they are probably just a habitat variant of lower Baja Rosys, stemming from the lighter brown striped trivs that show up occationally. Anyway, they are distictive in their stripe color difference from dorsal to lateral, especially in the second half of the snake (from head to tail.)






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