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Posted by Kenny Wray on September 12, 2002 at 16:30:54:

In Reply to: Re: It could be anything...... posted by Mike M. on September 12, 2002 at 12:54:14:

that was harsh. And maybe you should follow a little bit of your own advice. Get off the current trend that genetics run everything. Habitat similarities coupled with sympatry are crucial in that they allow for the possibility to occur. C. adamanteus and atrox could be almost identical genetically, but if one never finds the other, how would the genetics have anything to do with a hybrid? It couldn't. There are hybrids between lots of things that are not very similar genetically (and by the way how similar do they have to be? 75 %? 50%? 95%?), like C. horridus and S. catenatus in the wild or lions and tigers in captivity. Hopefully, I missed something here and you two are buddies and screwing with each other. If not chill out man.
Later, KW


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