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Old 07-26-03, 01:08 AM   #6 (permalink)
Grant vg
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Perhaps, could it be because it is easier to hybridize most colubrids then it is in boids, therefore more widely accepted by colubrid fans?
Or perhaps its because most boids kept in the hobby are from exotic countries and therefore considered more "exotic" as well as harder to breed not to mention some that are near endangered making the purity of the species more of an issue?

Unfortunately, i think if you could hybridize boids as easily as colubrids it would be even more popular...
I for one would never do it...But i would assume there would be alot of ppl who would eventually want to breed a burm with a ball, a boa with a blood, etc...

my thoughts anyway....
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