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  • Joba1972
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    OK, this is weird, but after seeing this thread last night, I dreamt about this snake. It came out of some woods onto a boardwalk by some restaurants. My mom and wife, who are afraid of snakes, were petting it no problem, but whenever I tried it would bite me! Strange. I wonder what freud would say about that one.

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  • bigboa101
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    From my research the scoria morph is a dominate trait, though don't old me too that

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  • Zaphod42
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    Wow that's super cool looking! I've heard the name before but I don't think I've ever seen a picture of one before. Is it a co-dom trait? Recessive?


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  • jOHNNY t
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    Beautiful Scoria.

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  • Velle96
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    Those scoria's are VERY unique.

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  • acephantom903
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    That is a beautiful snake.

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  • bigboa101
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    Then and now? Pics of Morphs from babies to adults

    Kinda wanted to get a thread going to collect images of all of the current Red tail Morphs, in the industry right now. Been wanting to look into the drastic change, (if there is one) of new born red tails, into adults. So if anybody has documented images of what any one particular Red tail has looked like from birth to adulthood, I would really be interested in seeing the results/ Looking for drastic changing ie; change is color, patterns, etc.

    I'm really interested in seeing the change of bloods!

    heres and example, the original Scoria boas produced from the seemingly normal adult pairings by Jeff (I couldn't get a good picture of the same red tail through adulthood, but I hope you understand what I mean)
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    For the Scoria Morph their orange just seems to intensify with age!
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