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Isn't T+ different than Hypo...


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Posted by NZ on May 11, 2003 at 01:44:49:

In Reply to: T+ Albino! posted by NZ on May 10, 2003 at 01:01:21:


my underestanding is that T+ Albinos are just albinos with dark eyes, but a Hypo has a lot of melanin. Also, if you breed a ghost using a T+ Albino you get Snows with dark eyes, but if you breed with a Hypo you get a nice Ghost which stands out from a Snow with black eyes! Correct me if I am wrong, just what I've heard. The hypos I've seen of different Pits have lots of black on top of high yellows and reds/oranges, but the T+ look more like Albinos but have dark eyes and some extra Thyrosine giving them more of a darker coloring, turning the lavenders into drak brown/purple!

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::I picked up a pair of these snakes. They go by two different names. Yes that is PURPLE along with orange and red. This guy is just one nice bull. Can you guess what he is?
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