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Whose callen me red (Take two)

Brandon

Arachnobaron
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Well since my camera was being stupid last time I tried to do this post, and this snake was getting ready to shed all the time inbetween I couldnt get any good pics. Well here she is the pride and joy of my collection, she is a year old salmon boa. I received her from my good friend of mine named Brian who owns the breeders. You can see his stuff at www.ballsandboas.com take a look ;) let me know what you think.

Sincerely,

Brandon
 

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Gillian

Arachnoblessed
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Brandon,
OoOoOoO! Very nice! I've never seen one before. She looks similar to my BCI. Related?
Peace,
Gillian
 

Bry

Arachnodemon
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Gillian, yes, they are related. The salmon boa is just a BCI morph, like albinos, arabesques, etc.

Bry
 

Brandon

Arachnobaron
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Bry,
It really isnt so much of a morph, it does occure naturally in its own range ;). Morphs are diffrent, there is no such things as wild populations of striped boas in one area? they exist but are so rare that there numbers are limited. Just a fast fact, there is no such thing as het for salmon, a boa either is or it isnt. There are also Super Salmon (which mine should be)...(hopeing) Were the salmon trait is the domonite trait in any breeding and 100% of all babies produced will be salmon.

Sincerely,

Brandon
 

Bry

Arachnodemon
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Well, I stand corrected. Allow me to savor my foot, topped off with hot sauce. :)

Bry
 

Brandon

Arachnobaron
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Bry,
I sure hope I didnt come across as a A** hole? When I was writing my post I thought It might come across like that. That isnt how I ment it at all, I just wanted to let you know as well as others. I apologize if i came across as rude

Sincerely,

Brandon
 

Bry

Arachnodemon
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Brandon,
No, not at all. I remembered hearing the same thing about salmons a while ago, I had forgotten all about it. I tend to think of salmons as a morph, and not a co-dominant trait. You simply refreshed my memory. No hard feelings. :)

Bry
 

Gillian

Arachnoblessed
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Guys,
Thanks..:) At any rate, AWESOME snake Brandon.
Peace,
Gillian
 
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