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Thanks Don and John, great looking snake. I hope..


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Posted by gofer on March 21, 2003 at 14:56:56:

In Reply to: Earlier photograph of her . . . p i c posted by Don Soderberg on March 20, 2003 at 16:54:50:

you can get some viable eggs from it this season. A very nice bull morph, best of luck.
Gregg F.

::THE IMAGE YOU POSTED (WHICH IS ON DON'S SITE STILL) DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THE SNAKE IN REAL LIFE. BAD REPRESENTATION.

:Well, she sure has changed in the last year. When I sent her to John on breeding loan in 2001 she wasn't sexually mature yet so his picture probably portrays the adult coloration of this morph. I didn't realize she had changed that much.

:The picture above was taken by someone else about six months before the one on my site. I think she still looks very different from the axanthics (anerythristics), huh? At least I hope so.

:Don
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