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    Re: New Pickups: Ivory and Caramel albino Western Diamondbacks

    I want one or 2 maybe 3

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    Re: New Pickups: Ivory and Caramel albino Western Diamondbacks

    wow, thats a good friend to have

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    Really interesting can you explain the difference between the tow mutations.. are the co-dom recessive.. ect
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    Re: New Pickups: Ivory and Caramel albino Western Diamondbacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Freakie_frog View Post
    Really interesting can you explain the difference between the tow mutations.. are the co-dom recessive.. ect
    Past albino being a recessive, I'm not really sure what determines if one will be T+ or T-. Perhaps someone else can answer this one?
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    1.0.0 Eunectes murinus (Green Anaconda)
    0.1.0 Morelia viridis (GTP Manokwari Local)
    2.1.0 Python curtus brongersmai (Blood Python)
    2.1.0 Heterodon nasicus (Western Hognose)
    0.0.1 Ahaetulla prasina (Asian Vine Snake)
    1.1.0 Hydrodynastes gigas (False Water Cobra)
    1.1.0 Crotalus atrox (T+ & T- Albino Western Diamondback Rattlesnake)
    0.0.2 Crotalus oreganus (Northern Pacific Rattlesnake)
    0.2.1 Crotalus cerastes cerastes (Mojave Sidewinder)

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    Re: New Pickups: Ivory and Caramel albino Western Diamondbacks

    glad you put the coins in for reference, i never would have guessed they were that small lol great looking animals
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    diamondbacks scare me, and i wouldnt have the nerve to own herps like that , but those are shockingly beautiful diamondbacks .

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