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Posted by KJUN on March 20, 2003 at 12:17:42:

In Reply to: Re: WOW that is tight , where can I get one n/p posted by Jason Nelson on March 20, 2003 at 00:25:04:

You can't. That is a Soderberg animal on breeder loan. It has NEVER produced fertile eggs, but I hope it will. (I don't have it.) Sooo, it is NOT a proven gene YET. Additionally, it is almoste certainly NOT axanthic or anerythristic. It is closest to an albino lavender cal-king in appearance than anything else, but it has dark eyes.

The image you posted (which is on Don's site still) doesn't look like the snake in real life. Bad representation. There is at least one photo on the pituophis page of a very similar WC animal that is probably the SAME gene (unproven) with lots of yellow.

Again, it is wrong calling this animal an axanthic AT this time, nor is it really a hypo or an anerythristic.

There is a lot more on that animal and the ohers captured in another state that looked like them, but I'll have to wait until later to post it when I get some time at my OWN computer.

KJ


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