P.guttatus x L.alterna

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Re: P.guttatus x L.alterna

Postby Westley Price » Thu Aug 22, 2013 6:50 pm

Very pretty snake Stony.

I am quite fond of the more visually appealing hybrids, like yours. I have a feeling it will colour up nicely in the next year or so.

As far as a name would go I have no idea.

Looking forward to more updates
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Re: P.guttatus x L.alterna

Postby Durban Keeper » Sun Aug 25, 2013 11:40 am

My intention was not to fight lol. Just wanted to know why you decided to get this. Enjoy your snake. If the hybrid has no name perhaps you should give it one and state it publicly...you never know. It might catch on.

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Re: P.guttatus x L.alterna

Postby rolandslf » Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:32 pm

What Dean says is true, many of the Hybrid common names come from someone who bred something and the offspring did not have a common name. the breeder then named the offspring and it took off with all subsequent hybrids being called that. For instance, I intend breeding Sinaloan milk to Creamsicle Corn. The offspring will be known as Sinacream. This is confirmed with a major overseas Hybrid site.
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