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    Questions about Boa VPI lines

    Hey guys. I always get confused about the barkers VPI line of albino,and the website they have doesn't do much to explain. My questions are: Are all VPI considered T positive? and are all VPI considered pink panther? Or is that a separate thing. I'd like to know properly so could someone give me a detailed explanation and not a simple yes or no answer? Much appreciated

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    Re: Questions about Boa VPI lines

    All vpi are a recessive line bred t+, but there are other t+ lines about normally central American lines which are not compatible with each other to produce a visual t+ any way , they class it as a caramel albino,
    Brian's boas on youtube, posted a video think it was Monday this weekn on this very subject, definitely worth a watch and he mentions the line bred pink panther gene on there too.
    Hope this helps a bit

    I'm getting this cb19 vpi jungle in a few weeks he's pink panther too his pinks are just starting to kick in

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