About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby ThanhHung » Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:50 pm

I have 1 normal Kenyan sand boa female x 1 albino male. They birth 5 baby sand boas but I don't know their morphs, please help me. Thanks all very much! :)
1) I think it is Anery
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5)
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Thank for watching ^^
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby Lillypod » Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:31 pm

Het for albino?
3-1-4 Leopard Gecko
1-1-2 Bearded Dragon
0-1 Brown House Snake
2-3 Ball Python
1-1 Western Hognose
1-1 Kenyan Sand Boa
3-2 Corn Snake
0-0-1 Bosc Monitor
0-1 Taiwanese rat snake
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby Westley Price » Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:34 pm

Well that's a pleasant clutch!

1) Anery het snow (KEEP IT!)
2) Normal het albino
3) Normal het albino
4) Normal het albino (partially striped)
5) Striped normal het albino

The normals are very light coloured but I do see some yellow so probably not anery.

Nice clutch, congrats.
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby ThanhHung » Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:23 am

I see number 1 is different from number 2 and 3, number 1 like a normal, number 2,3 are lighter. I don't understand why female boa birth only 5 :?:
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby constrictor, » Fri Dec 14, 2012 2:47 pm

hey guys,

@thanhHung: how old is the female, is it her first breeding? how old is male?
--> you will find first time breeder females will have fewer babies, and first time breeder males are not always as fertile, so the combination often results in fewer first season babies.

Few corrections on the morphs of the babies, sorry westley

This is the genealogy of the parents, I know this from the babies:
Adult Male: Albino het Anery/Snow
Adult Female: Normal het Anery

Here are the possibilities of babies to produce:
Male: Amel het Anery
Female: Normal het Anery
Phenotype:
25% Anery het Amel
75% Normal het Amel 66% poss het. Anery
Genotype:
25% Normal het Amel
50% Normal het Amel, Anery
25% Anery het Amel

Baby number 1: Anery het Amel

2-5: Normal 100% het Amel 66% (2 out of every 3 babies) poss het. Anery

please post pics of adults

hope this helps:)
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby constrictor, » Fri Dec 14, 2012 2:50 pm

Amel = amenanistic = albinio
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby constrictor, » Fri Dec 14, 2012 2:57 pm

here is one of my stripes:)
striped baby.jpg


here is adults:
striped adults.jpg


gonna have some great morph babies this year :)
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby ThanhHung » Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:28 pm

yes, this is the first time breed. This is a image of adults:
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Thank you very much!
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby constrictor, » Sat Dec 15, 2012 12:20 pm

One correction, your female is anery, not a normal:) sorry had not seen picture. Male will be albino het anery. That's why you got one anery baby. Because I thought your female was normal het, but she is actually anery, it changes the genes of the babies a bit.
The 4 normals are 100% het anery AND albino (het snow) and the anery remains 100%het snow. Nice babies:) where are you located? Where you get albino male from?
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Re: About Kenyan Sand Boa morphs ?

Postby constrictor, » Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:35 pm

Sorry, noticed female does not have black eyes, so she is a normal, het. Not anery, sorry about that sometimes pic not aways shows exact colouration.
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