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RE: T Negative Albino Texas Ratsnake?

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Posted by: AllenSheehan at Thu Aug 2 22:57:13 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AllenSheehan ]  
   

What I know of the True T Negative Albino. Don Soderberg did have a strain that he worked with years past as well as a strain of the Anery/Axanthic trait. And like was already mentioned he did sell them off years ago. I bugged the heck out of him years past regarding this. I was able to track down a pair of Anery/Axanthics from this trait several years ago and have been successful in keeping this line pure. This line has zero yellow or red at all. There is a gentleman in the north Texas area that has a very few albino hets of Dons strain that was already pictured. This same individual also has another legitimate T Negative strain that was also wild caught in the central Texas area. These two strains turned out to not be compatible with each other. The strain Don had started years back certainly has something unique to it. I hope to pick up a few hets of these pure strains later this summer if they become available. Why I did not keep a few around when I had the chance many years ago I will never know. I had assumed then they would always be plentiful. And Doug is correct in that most of them probably got muddied up in hybrid projects. Beyond that I have not seen one for many years. I believe Don does still work with specific local Leucistic black rats and Texas rats. His site goes into good detail about those guys. I have the "Paradox Anery" (I stole that name from Doug. LOL) that was caught on Max Petersons land. Between Max and me we should prove or disprove this trait maybe next summer. Anyone out there now of other honest albino Texas rats I would like to hear about it

Allen



   

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