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Posted by Jeremy G on March 19, 2003 at 06:19:51:

In Reply to: Hey sell out...... posted by Jeremy G on March 19, 2003 at 06:16:03:

Also just wanted ya to know that the girl northern is fast becomeing my favorite pituophis!!! That snake is awesome and is as curious as I have ever seen a pine. She is an awesome addition man, I cant thank you enough.

Also, the female bull whcih I had thought may have tamed down a bit has quickly resorted back to her old hell spawn ways and trys to nail me everytime I open her cage now. The only pit that I have which is as bad or worse then her is the poor bllind paradox albino. Now that snake is going to be a "female dog", when she grows up:-D

Peace,
J


:How dare ya come on to a non venomous forum without my permission:-) As you well know, ive got a male which looks exactly the same:-D So, is that pine dady, bro or sis of mine?

:Anyway, man the pines are looking sweet!!! Hopefully we shall find out for sure if that leusistic gene is indeed present when ever my little guy is of breeding size.

:Take care bud and Ill shoot ya that email I owe,
:J

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::I got this animal from John Meltzer a few years back. It is het for leucistic. Is it just a very light animal, or is it 'lavender' or some other color phase?

::I've had many people ask me what he is called, and I honestly don't know other than 'het for leucistic'.

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::Thanks,
::Michael

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