11/20/10 WHAT'S IN A MAGPIE?!

What's in a Magpie?!

You don't need to know the "nuances."

You don't have to speculate about 31 different combos.

You don't have to do multiple generations to get a 1/? snake out of 5 eggs, 10 years later that can't reproduce itself.

You can make a Magpie in one simple step. And you can make a 5' Magpie that will make other Magpies.

Imitation is the best form of flattery-but let's be honest here-there is no substitute for this mutation at this time. Some day there well may be-we could see it in any manner of snakes. But for now there is only one snake that has these two traits in its bag of tricks and it is in Python brongersmai aka the Red Blood Python.

The "Magpie" Red Blood Python is the "super" form of the codominant "Golden Eye". No top secret ingredients that someone doesn't want you to ever find out about.

"VPI:Passing on information to the next generation"

1) Start with the known codominant mutation we call "Golden Eye"

VPI "GOLDEN EYE" RED BLOOD PYTHON 2009 AND 2010VPI "GOLDEN EYE" RED BLOOD PYTHON 2009 AND 2010

Breed two Golden Eye Red Blood Pythons together and you will make normals (1/4), Golden Eyes (1/2) and Magpies (1/4). Once you make a Magpie you can make more Magpies!

HATCHLING "MAGPIE" RED BLOOD PYTHON 2009HATCHLING "MAGPIE" RED BLOOD PYTHON 2009