Colombian "yellow" red foot ?

Inflatablejesus

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Hi, i had a quick question that i thought maybe you could answer...

I was wondering... I have a Colombian "yellow" red foot.


I was wondering if it was a sub species of the "normal" red foots?

Also would there be any problems with breeding the "yellow" to a "normal" red foot?



I didn't know if the Colombians where only compatible with other Colombians or if there was any reports of them mixing races with any success or problems.

Thank you for your time.
 

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Well. With redfoots there has been no determination of sub species. But rather types. Columbian fall under the north earn type. In my experience over the years most Columbians have a yellow to orange depiction oof scute coloration. A "normal" red foot is of assimilation to classifying a species. There are no normal red foot. But there are different types. I believe each type should be bred amongst its own type and not inter graded ad many are. If you would like I can show the differences in the types and ranges that each inhabit.
 
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