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Posted by derek b on November 10, 2002 at 22:34:18:
In Reply to: Re: CRIBO X INDIGO posted by gila7150 on November 09, 2002 at 08:58:30:
:When you say that one of the parents was a indigo...you mean a texas, not an eastern, right? The belly shot looks very texas indigo to me and the head definitely shows cribo influence. Erebennus and melanurus do intergrade in part of their range. It's kind of debatable to call this an intergrade I guess unless we knew the locality of the parents. If two animals that intergrade in the wild are brought together in captivity is that still considered an intergrade? Maybe so...I'm not really sure.
Actually, I do mean eastern. The pics were definitely of and eastern indigo. The pics don't do the animal justice. The eastern influence is much more evident in person.