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Re: corndurans sound incredible


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Posted by Bluerosy on December 08, 2002 at 00:33:06:

In Reply to: Re: corndurans sound incredible posted by Radar on December 07, 2002 at 20:03:31:

Yes, they turned out very flighty. Did not take after the corn in character... They definetly took after the Hondos. But the Jurassic Milks I have are as calm as any snake I have seen. They take after the floridana(getula) ...go figure?

With something like a Cornduran would you say its calm like a corn or can be a bit flighty like a Hundo?would love to see pics of the neos after they hatch

::Yes, the cornduran cross has been done in '01. I don't think any were produced this year (?) No albinos have been produced as of yet. As most people who beed hybrids already know the frist gen of such breeding does not produce nice animals. However the second gen will. I have a cornduran (f-1) from a breeding with a striped snow motley corn to a Tangerine hondo. The next breeding will produce snow,alb., melanistics, normals along with a plethora of stripes dots, dashes, bands and ziz zags. I will be breeding it into the Jurassics and albino corns as well.

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::::how you guys got into hybrids? I have been looking at the archives and I have seen some really awesome snakes. Who came up with this idea? I have no idea on the history behind some of these pretty cool hybrids.
::::I have recently been toying with the idea of producing some corndurans, and was just wondering how everybody else got into this controversial end of the hobby.

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:::I havent seen any pics of those on the boards but if it could be done reg hundorans with maybe albino/white etc corns or other way around would be something.
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:With something like a Cornduran would you say its calm like a corn or can be a bit flighty like a Hundo?would love to see pics of the neos after they hatch.
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