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Beyond GenetiX 09-07-2019 11:29 AM

Newest boa additions
 
4 Attachment(s)
Pic 1 Indy hypo
Pic 2 VPI het leopard
Pic 3 leopard het vpi
Pic 4 rlt sunglow

Beyond GenetiX 09-07-2019 11:38 AM

4 Attachment(s)
Pic 1 friesa ghost het vpi sunglow
Pic 2 hypo jungle poss Aztec het anery
Pic 3 Indy hypo motley
Pic 4 keltic t+ vpi

richardhind1972 09-07-2019 11:48 AM

Very nice indeed, great colour and markings.
great power house of genes you have in that lot, that's for sure, could make some absolutely stunning little boas in a few years

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AbsoluteApril 09-07-2019 08:22 PM

those are some nice new additions!
what is "Indy" and "friesa"? Are these just named lines?

Randall Turner 09-08-2019 10:01 PM

Wow. That is quite an impressive lot of new additions. Extremely nice and congrats.

Beyond GenetiX 09-08-2019 11:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AbsoluteApril (Post 2163121)
those are some nice new additions!
what is "Indy" and "friesa"? Are these just named lines?

Indy and friesa are newer morphs, Iíll post their description tmrw. Not many in the states and since they are cites listed it makes them a pain to ship. I have a decent size shipment coming from a partner in Italy.

Beyond GenetiX 09-09-2019 01:33 PM

Here is the information on the Indy morph, which originated in Italy

http://boaline.it/indy_boa_eng_w.pdf

AbsoluteApril 09-09-2019 03:33 PM

Interesting, thanks for the link!
It reminds me a lot of harlequin although they are line bred 'morph' so don't breed so true. They make a lot of the similar half-stripey babies but not the full thick stripe.

Would be nice if he breed the Indy to a normal to truly isolate the morph expression since both motley and hypo mess with patterns already. I take it the partial striped ones are the single expression and the big bold back stripers are the 'supers'?

Beyond GenetiX 09-09-2019 05:12 PM

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Originally Posted by AbsoluteApril (Post 2163422)
Interesting, thanks for the link!
It reminds me a lot of harlequin although they are line bred 'morph' so don't breed so true. They make a lot of the similar half-stripey babies but not the full thick stripe.

Would be nice if he breed the Indy to a normal to truly isolate the morph expression since both motley and hypo mess with patterns already. I take it the partial striped ones are the single expression and the big bold back stripers are the 'supers'?

I think he did breed to a normal this year, of course he highlights his best stuff in the explanation. I have seen others that are not as high expression. Yes the bold full stripes are supers.

He has a similar posting on the friesa that he sent me but I'm having trouble finding it. I'll link it once I do.


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