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I usually dont mind hybrids, but...


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Posted by jeph on March 16, 2003 at 16:25:05:


its when things like that anerythristic sina-corn are produced, dont get me wrong, its a very nice looking snake, infact just the way I pctured one in my head. But now some people might want to bred it x an albino to create double hets for snow, which I hope no one does but I bet it will happen, and now whats going to happen when the REAL anery. sinaloan shows up ?, some people might have offspring from that sina-corn breeding and try to pass them off as the real thing, I guess what you would do there is only buy from the original source who had the real anery. sinaloan. Its the same way with albino ruthveni x pyros, I had a guy e-mail me an offer asking if I'd be intersted in albino pyros, he said he was looking at my web-site and noticed my main interest is pyros and was wondering if i'd interested in some albinos, I asked him to e-mail me pics and where these albinos originated from, he sent me a pic that looked very much pyro like, and that he got them at a show. I asked if they were hybrids and he said he doesnt know ?, but was offering them to me for $2000 a piece, he had a pair, I obviously said no thanks and that he should try and track down the original breeder to get more info them, I've never heard from the guy again. I know I could of kept this to myself and the forums would of been fine without hearing it, but i know many of us here are into keeping are beautiful gems in pure form, the way nature has evolved them. And i know some people will say, well nature didnt produce this anery. sina-corn, but fact is that nature just might someday and we might even be able to see it in herptocultre and might even be lucky enough to work with it in a pure line.Well these were just my opinions and sory if i made anyone mad who works with hybrids, thats your choice and I'm very glad that this snake I'm talking about-(the anery. sina-corn, i cant believe some snakes actually have these names to lable them now) was labled correctlly as a hybrid, as the ad siad, someone really could of taken someone on ride with that one, I know I probally would of fell for it. Well take care,
jeff Teel


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