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Posted by simondemontfort on April 24, 2003 at 16:14:29:

In Reply to: Beautiful but.... posted by tango on April 23, 2003 at 16:11:30:

Interesting point however you are someway short of the line, for me there is pure and unpure ie 'locality proven combined with scale count'that way there are no mistakes, your stance does however leave huge margins for errors and profitering, hence your concerns about mistaken identity/s. Shame those concerns are not realised with regards to, say Red Tails and the grey arrear around their purity. Hagrid is no differant to a sub species cross and the long term ill effects caused by interbreeding on the road to success, surely he and his kin are more obvious and less likely to dilute its 'species' purity, unlike say albino greens, a morph so readilly accepted on this forum as normal. His kind is purely for people like me to enjoy at home. I respect your opinion however if you object to his future effects on 'the pet trade' you should extend your concerns to all 'man made snakes'...Maybe there should exist a forum purely for morphs, sorry if there is one as I have not looked. Any QUALIFIED scientific opinions on Hybrids and Morphs. Regards Max




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