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To T or not to T?


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Posted by KJUN on April 29, 2003 at 05:46:10:

In Reply to: To T or not to T? posted by BobWhite on April 28, 2003 at 18:54:11:

Possibly, but I doubt it. I wouldn't use those terms, anyway. Remember that unless someone TESTS for the presenece or absence of T, we can't know for sure if it is or isn't a T+ or T- albino. I don't know of ANY snake that has been tested. That's a term we like to throw around based on a rough guess at phenotype without data to support it.

All of the albino Sonorans pretty much look the same EXCEPT for the intensity of coloration in my opinion. (Some are intense and ssome are more plain....lol.)
KJ

:KJ,

: Could this possibly be a case of T+ and T-? Thanks.

:'nuff said,

:Bob





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