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The "Red" form of Aurotaenia are now thought to be a separate species from the other morphs.
Recent genetic work has them more closely related to Terribilis than to Aurotaenia.
A description of the species is being prepared by Adolfo Amezquita.
I can't wait to read the official description when it comes out.
Very very interesting indeed.:)


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© 2011 Gert Benaets



© 2011 Gert Benaets
 

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Those were in some pics someone took at the Cali Zoo and made a thread here on DB, I remember because I commented I had never seen Auro's that looked like that before. They look like chocolate bodies....and Easter is right around the corner.
 

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So this species is different from the other three morphs currently available?

Is there any information if they will be available.
 
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