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    Motley in Argentinas

    I have seen motley argentina boa is motley a morph naturally occurring in them or are they crossed with BCI?
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    Both motley, and T+ (originally labelled as hypomelanistic) in Argentine boas is a locale specific mutation. Both mutations popped up in the same breeders collection. They are very different that motley and T+ in imperator, but are mutations that act in the same way (motley being incomplete dominant and T+ being recessive).

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