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Re: TB: Broadway

Hi Margie,

I was curious because I'm interested in Aril Breds and this is a common
occurance in them.  I quickly though that it may have some Aril blood in
there some where, I should check. I've never seen another TB except
Walter Moore's OFF BROADWAY that has these types of markings.  The virus
marks, if that's what they are, are much more intense on OFF BROADWAY. 
My 1/4 bred KUALA LUMPUR has intense virus marks.

Maybe somebody could shed a little more light on the subject.



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