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Well if i had some snakes producing very nice young like this I reckon that i would want to show them off & especially to want to know what traits or genetics might have been behind or within the snakes to do this.
But then again i am not in that position so it does not bother me & privacy is an individual right.
IanDon't believe everthing you hear & read.
Sometimes experience & wisdom are better options.
- 17-May-12, 07:08 PM #47
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- 17-May-12, 07:48 PM #48
Go and ask the people at KFC to tell whats in their secret herbs and spices, they will laugh in your face. Full disclosure is a load of bolloks, its my business to know how to make them. When you hatch something unique like this someday you might understand. I am not entertaining any further discussion about this.
Thanks for looking.
- 17-May-12, 07:50 PM #49
On your Web site. Do you take Credit Card for payment?
I wouldn't use the kfc analogy there was always a lot of controversy in regards to allegations about the origin of the recipe.
It has been suggested the recipe was stolen from slaves. All of that is pure speculation of course but you wouldn't want people thinking you where being less than 100% honest about the origin of your snakes so maybe find another analogy.
- 17-May-12, 08:14 PM #52
He may simply be protecting what he has as possibly the next big morph in australia.
If photos go up, people may put two and two together, go and buy (or already have) sibling or parents of the bloodline/s and could reproduce what D3 has.
If I was in the same circumstance, I'd probably be a little secretive too.
- 17-May-12, 08:24 PM #53
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especially since that the animals produced were the first ones and the morph isn't really "proven" yet. Maybe once the morph is proven and animals are available for sale they will be a bit more open about their parents etc but at the moment playing their cards close to their chest isnt a bad idea. No point going off half cocked promising the world when the line is not even really established and ready for the market.....
I hope this doesnt come across as trying to put down the project as im sure it will pan out well and I love the look of the animals but until its proven and they have established a nice breeding group of animals and established its mode of inheritance other than showing some pics of some nice animals there is not much else they can do with them.
hope the same pairing produces the same results this year!witty comment
- 17-May-12, 08:25 PM #55
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- 17-May-12, 08:50 PM #57
I have kept all the mothers daughters over the last 4 years of breeding. I will put the father of the tribals over all of them and should have some results to share late this year. My feeling is that this mutation is too symmetrical to not be genetic. Temperature induced striping is very errattic. This is too perfect to be caused by temperature. I have also hatched more than enough pythons to make a simple mistake like a temperature spike.
- 17-May-12, 09:18 PM #58
Looking forward to hearing about the results in 6 months or so!
My fingers are crossed for you and the projects success.
- 17-May-12, 09:43 PM #59Keeper and/or breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
- 17-May-12, 10:15 PM #60
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