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Posted by Radar on December 23, 2002 at 04:57:16:
In Reply to: Those are alterna x ruthveni crosses. posted by Aaron on December 22, 2002 at 11:51:35:
: Here is a quote from the site, click on kingsnakes:
:"The Albino Greyband has been achieved in captivity by breeding the Albino gene from the Ruthvens Kingsnake into this species. To the best of my knowledge an pure albino specimen has not been found in the wild. Albino Greybands are beautiful snakes in shades of oranges, yellows & whites. It is our intention to reduce the percentage of Ruthvens influence until you we 75% and above Greyband. Only then can we see a true reflection of an albino greyband giving us another amazing looking snake."
Oh ok I had a feeling they werent pure.