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Old 25-10-2010, 09:51 PM
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Not heard about the caramel/stripe corn thing. However :

Stargazing in corns - recessive genetic neurological condition, principly associated with the Sunkissed morph or Okeetee lines. However due to outcrossing before the inheritance was proved, it COULD occur in any morph.
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I have heard about neuro issues in certain carpet pythons. Any one care to explain them?
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Old 30-10-2010, 09:42 PM
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I have heard about neuro issues in certain carpet pythons. Any one care to explain them?

Carpets that contain the co-dom 'jaguar' mutation have been cropping up with neuro issues similar to spider royals (though by all accounts not as severe in most cases and some report no such issues in their snakes). Again, like the spiders, it appears more pronouced at feeding time.


The super form of the jag is known as an ivory, but so far none have survived out of the egg more than a few days.
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why is is that if you have an enigma leopard gecko with some mild issues, ie, only circles when stressed/disturbed that you cant breed it when its older, and if the Spider royal python has some problems you can, i think its stupid how people judge enigmas,

with enigmas they either show issues or dont, the underlying issues will always be there.

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why is is that if you have an enigma leopard gecko with some mild issues, ie, only circles when stressed/disturbed that you cant breed it when its older, and if the Spider royal python has some problems you can, i think its stupid how people judge enigmas,

with enigmas they either show issues or dont, the underlying issues will always be there.

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It's not that you 'can' or 'can't'....it's that some people do and some people don't. It all depends on your moral and ethical 'lines-in-the-sand'.

I'm guessing that the enigma leo breeders lines tend to be slightly different to the spider royal breeders lines? - Still, a discussion for another thread so I don't get shouted at for taking the thread off-topic or turning it into a debate!
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Hold on, hold on! The genetic defects in Super Motleys will be 'just fine' in 'time' according to BoaRepulic. Phew, glad that ones sorted out then! Fingers crossed for the Super Jungle boa.
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Not heard about the caramel/stripe corn thing. However :

Stargazing in corns - recessive genetic neurological condition, principly associated with the Sunkissed morph or Okeetee lines. However due to outcrossing before the inheritance was proved, it COULD occur in any morph.
a little more info and a few videos of stargazing occuring in morphs other than sunkissed and okeetee is here: Stargazer Cornsnake - Ians Vivarium Cornsnakes
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its is thought that breeding a spider to spider (ball python) can also be a lethal combination
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its is thought that breeding a spider to spider (ball python) can also be a lethal combination
Don't think it's a lethal combo, just a bit pointless as there is no proven Super, not sure where the lethal gene thing came from ?
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Because this is a sticky are we assuming everything on it is fact..?
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