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I agree with KJ that it will probably take breeding it and..


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Posted by gofer on March 26, 2003 at 22:33:23:

In Reply to: What do you guys think?Hypo bairds? posted by aera on March 25, 2003 at 23:39:10:

letting it get to adult size before you can be sure. I have some light colored sub-adults that resemble yours, that are het. for albino. They still retain the light colors and markings too. I also have an animals that is really neat, and possibly a hypo. I hope to breed her this year and then breed teh babies back to make sure. So i won't be selling any bairdi from her for a few years, LOL. I have asked a few people and they ruled it out as being a Mexican bairdi, but one said it might be a cross between TX and Mexican variety. Great looking snake, guess we will find out in a few years. No locality on this girl, just a generic bairdi. I'll post some pics of her and the het. for albino babies i mentioned. Very nice looking snake, good luck with it.

Gregg F.




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