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Posted by WaxWormFan on May 09, 2003 at 19:56:03:

In Reply to: Completely phony, sorry... posted by hotback66 on May 09, 2003 at 19:52:07:

The subspecies certainly do exist, but the photos on the site you provided are simply morphs/phases of the main E.m. species that we have in captivity here.

I've seen another site that seems more accurate (believable at least), I'll try and find it and post later tonight.

:WaxWormFan, i stated that i didnt know if the information on that site is true, but how do you know that it is bogus? i am just wondering, not trying to be difficult or anything. the embl reptile database has these (sub)specie(s) listed so i figured if there are multiple sites, there must be at least a grain of truth in it. i have also found a distribution map of the different species (morphs, whatever??) but it was in german. i could try to find it again, but i dont really have time (i am supposed to be working on a paper). anyway, thanks
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:::i found this site while trying to research the origins of some color morphs. it has some interesting information, i dont know if it is completely correct though. check it out!!

::::Really? Wow. I'd like to see them! Do you know where I can get any info on them? I was under the impression that there were no 'natural' color morphs.

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