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Could anyone please send a photo of an adult anery braz.....

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Posted by Jeff Clark on May 14, 2003 at 19:28:34:

In Reply to: Could anyone please send a photo of an adult anery braz..... posted by bhijgemann on May 14, 2003 at 19:20:00:

. Most of the anerythristic BRB babies turn more and more normal looking each time they shed. Most look entirely normal as adults. Hopefully someone will post a PIC of an adult that still looks anerythristic. Congrats on the nice looking litter.

:I bred a female hypo to her normal looking brother!
:This was a total surprize.
:I already checked Brian Sharp's site, but I could only find one photo of a baby.

::Amazing looking Boas! What did you bred to produce those animals? Good luck go to Brian Sharps site and you can see an adult anery braz.


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