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    Default Breeding Bull snakes

    Male Bull snakes are so romantic . If the male wants some and the female doesn't, he'll just bite her on the neck to hold her still . Eventually she submits . The male is a snow and the female is an albino . Thanks for looking .
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    Nice picture Scott,

    Sorry I missed this. I check 2 forums regularly and then the "home page" for most recent stuff.

    My bad for missing this. It is a cool picture.

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    Wow very cool.
    Everyone has a plan until they've been hit-Joe Louis-Plato The first and the best victory is to conquer ones self.(JAY)

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    I notice if you don't check the "Home" forum often and several posts make it up, it's easy to miss something unless you search every forum.

    I need to post a picture of a bull or gopher snake my sister had in her driveway in the CO. Springs area. It puffed and flattened its head and made a rattle sound. She was convinced it was a rattler but I said bull snake. I have not seen a gopher snake but have heard they are the same or a very, very close relative.

    Scott, those colors are wild.

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    We hatched 17 out of 17 albinos from this pairing. They are all albinos that are 100% heterozygous for anerythristic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Holland View Post
    We hatched 17 out of 17 albinos from this pairing. They are all albinos that are 100% heterozygous for anerythristic.
    Look at that!

    And suddenly,,,, I have another species I'm interested in.

    My friend Bryan takes me looking for these critters out in the wild. I really like them.

    Well done Scott.

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    Very cool. Call me naive, but I've never seen a snow bull snake. Very nice clutch, congrats!

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