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Re: Mutation in rattler?


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Posted by IndigoBlue on September 23, 2002 at 06:17:46:

In Reply to: Re: Mutation in rattler? posted by Snakebyt on September 23, 2002 at 00:50:48:

:I have a albino C.v.viridis, and am in the process of getting a hypo? het albino C.v.viridis. Albino is recessive, but we are thinking that hypo, at least in this case may be codominant.

Two weeks ago two hypo Crotalus enyo furvus (and two normals) were born in my collection. Virtually no black in one of them. Could this be something new? The parents come from unrelated ancestry, as far as I can trace it back. Im from Germany and therefor I asked myself, if there are already hypo genes floating in American collections.
Ive made some pictures and will post them as soon as they are finished! These little guys aaare realy amazingly different from their normal siblings. Theyve got blue eyes!





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