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Old 06-09-03, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what do the #'s before a reptile/snake name mean?

what do the #'s before a reptile/snake name mean?

like... 7.2.5 Bearded dragon or 1.1.1 Boa

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it means the ratio of males femals and unsexed ones the first digit is amout of males the second is amout of females and the third is the amount of unsexed
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Yah, what he said like you have 3 male Bps 5 females and 2 unsexed it would be 3.5.2 Ball Pythons its pretty simple but threw me off when I first got started to. Anything else you need to know?
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sweet, thanks for the quick relpies! it's all coming together now, haha!

i'm new to the reptile scene... been keeping piranha for some time now tho... thought it was time to try something new! i'm getting 2 Phyllopezus Pollicaris this week!

i'll probably have more ?'s for ya all later!

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