Crossing antaresia

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    Antsnest Not so new Member

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    ive noticed a lot of T+ stimpson pythons have been popping up lately. Was just wondering if this was because of crossing children's to stimpsons?
     
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    I think there may definitely be a pure line of T+ Stimmies out there... but some people may have bred Children's to Stimson's to obtain T+ in their collection.
     
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    It's just a bit of a coincidence that there are T+ stimmies and really no other morphs
     
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    Well, the genetics between the two species are pretty similar... not a long stretch to get a similar morph. Plus, there are loads of locales in Stimmies, and the Pied morph as well...
     
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    Peter Birch is the man to ask,he not only has Australia's biggest collection of Antaresia but the biggest in the world
     
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    What's best way to contact him?
     
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