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    Default Sharp Sunglows

    I haven't posted in a while and figured I would share some pics since everyone else is posting some awesome animals. I have been infatuated with the Sharp strain albinos since getting my first albino and sunglow from Basically Boas back in 2005. Since then, I have been focusing on trying to get more red and purple color into my animals through selective breeding. Here are some of my favorites that I have produced over the years. I think things can only get better from here.
    Steve Scroggs
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    Extremely nice color saturated animals.
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    Amazing Steve. I can't imagine outcome of breeding those together. Best Sharps I have seen.

    John

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    Hi Steve,

    WOW for that last one. What genetics are in that one besides Sharp albino?

    Take care
    Tom

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    Intense... mission acomplished
    [I]Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.[/I]

    [B]Ralph Waldo Emerson[/B]

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    OMG, these are beauties. Best of the best sharp stuff right there.

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    Thanks everyone, hopefully I can continue to get more red into these guys.

    Tom,
    The last three are Aztecs as well as Sharp Sunglows. They are all from the same pairing that I did two years in a row. The middle one is a year older and came from the first breeding.

    Steve

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    Very pretty.

    I'm going nuts seeing all the quality morphs and locality boas here lately.

    If I could only get a few more!

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    All are very nice but last is exceptional. Great job selecting for the best.
    Garriga Morphs

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    Spectacular job !

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