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Posted by KJUN on May 10, 2003 at 06:20:28:
In Reply to: Hey! posted by RedInTheTail on May 10, 2003 at 01:09:27:
:Yup, they are considered t+ albinos or hypos. I got by hypo so KJ doesn't get mad LOL. Read my post titled "to camby," as I wasn't trying to cut you down at all. I am sorry for coming across wrong.
Haahaa. You knew I'd have jumped on you about it, too, don't you......lol. Looking at the other photos, it is easy to see it isn't a T+ albino since it isn't an albino at all. It's just a REALLY good hypo, but I've seen others like that. I just wish you had more history on it that you were able to get, but that has become too common in the pet market, hasn't it? I almost miss the days when people looked down on a herper for keeping a Pituophis. Bloodlines were more stable and honest back then. :(
Calling that hypo a T+ albino is as bad of a misnomer as calling a white-sided bullsnake an anerythristic, but that is a WHOLE other pet peeve of mine, isn't it, Kemper? LOL.