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RE: hybrid (more like intergrade) kingsnakes

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Posted by: Aaron at Thu Apr 26 05:12:17 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Aaron ]  
   

It is possible for a clutch to have two fathers so you may get some cal X black and some desert X black but there's no way of knowing how many of each until they actually hatch, even then it may be hard to tell which was the father on some of them. What you will not get is cal x desert x black since each baby can only have one father.
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