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Posted by rainmaker on April 17, 2003 at 11:17:45:
In Reply to: again..... posted by san_antonio_tx on April 17, 2003 at 07:42:16:
::directly related.What we are talking about are the applegate splotched siniloans.I have seen a couple differant looking ones on shannons site that aren'tsplotched.He also has them and I think he even proved that they are not the same.
::who is san antonio tx anyways????????
:How can you say that with certainty? Almost every Sinaloan in the
:country originated from a) One of three Texas Zoos b) a few smuggled animals that went to southern CA and AZ
:Did they trace the lines ALL the way back? Doubtful.
:I'm just trying to point out the obvious. If you go back
:far enough that's what you would find.
:How do I know? Because I was around back then. I was in
:the back room of the Reptile House when some of the very
:first Sinaloans hatched in captivity.
:Knobs are another example in the extreme. There are thousands
:of C.B. knobs out there. Most likely originated from two or three different gene pools at most. And if the animals were collected from a single locality, who is to say they are not
:Let me say again. I'm not saying that it is impossible to have
:unrelated bloodlines. I'm asking how can you prove it? Unless
:you trace them back the importation (legal or otherwise) of the
:parents, you can not say that with certainty.