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Posted by Terry Cox on May 01, 2003 at 19:51:49:
In Reply to: I'm envious of your . . .> posted by terryp on May 01, 2003 at 12:48:57:
I won't be doing creamsicles, sadly. I lost my amel. female this winter. She was always a little fragile, I thought, and didn't do well in brumation. I'll be breeding them to a hypo corn instead and just going with the localities, plus the hypo crosses.
I think you'll like the intermontana. They are a shorter, bulkier form. Nice coloring, I think. Mine will be two yrs. this summer and they're approaching adulthood already.
:intermontana. I'm on a list to get a pair in 2 years. The wait is worth it. They will be a pair of offspring from a pair they got from Don Soderberg's line. Don has verified he sold a pair of his offspring to the breeder. How far away is your creamsicle project?
::I have "intermontana" from CO. and Brazos Island Emory's that Gus Renfro sells. Love 'em. They are neat snakes and should be legal in Georgia along with Cal kings, etc :)