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Posted by Bluerosy on March 20, 2003 at 14:56:58:
In Reply to: Re: Curious? posted by dementedgoose on March 20, 2003 at 14:40:39:
I think the reason you are not getting the expert responses here on this site is that most all the experienced herpers (especially for the rosys)have moved to another site. Some (like myself) will occasionally check in, but it is not home like it used to be beacuse most of the people who I have developed similar interests with have moved to the other site and will never come back.. So what is left here at KS are mostly newbie inexperienced people answering questions.
I can not list that site here on Kingsnake as it will violate their rules and regulations.
:Wow... look what i've started. Thanks for the feedback everyone!! I completely agree with you Bluerosy. I'm glad people stand up for these type of things. =)
:Also, thanks for your comments serpentdude... especially that last one. Kinda odd that the more experienced and confident do not respond. I totally see where you're coming from regarding the locality, etc of Rosies, and to most people who only have one or two snakes, it probably shouldn't/doesn't matter. But i'm slowing become more and more obsessed with this whole herping thing, and just NEEDED to know what I owned for my own sake. I'm kinda dumb like that. I do want to breed Rosies in the future, but im only going to breed lines that I know are pure, so I can honestly tell clients what they are.... thus avoiding annoying people like me who post pictures asking "what the crap is this??" ;)
:By the way, you mentioned "Kofa Mt. morphs" in your first response... do you have any pictures of any "pure" Kofa Mt. rosies? Or are all Kofa Mountain rosies morphs? I'm assuming the later, since I cant find info on them.
:This forum is awesome! I'm really getting into rosies and I cant wait to go "rosy hunting" in the near future. Hopefully I'll learn a lot more from it. =)