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 #2257394


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 Here are the litter pics

As promised, here are the individual pics of my litter that was born Jan 20, 2012 from a TH Moonglow x Albino het Snow

The Normals:
0.1 normal 1 het albino, 66% het anery



1.0 normal 2 het albino, 66% het anery



1.0 normal 3 het albino, 66% het anery



The Anery:
0.1 Anery het Snow



The Hypos:
1.0 Hypo 1 het albino, 66% het anery



1.0 Hypo 2 het albino, 66% het anery



killer pinks on this one, and as the old cliche goes...picture do zero justice



0.1 Hypo 3 het albino, 66% het anery



0.1 Hypo 4 het albino, 66% het anery



The albinos:
0.1 Albino 1 66% het anery



1.0 Albino 2 66% het anery



1.0 Albino 3 66% het anery



The Sunglows:
0.1 Sunglow 1 66% het anery



1.0 Sunglow 2 66% het anery



The Snow:
1.0 Snow



And finally, The Moonglows:
0.1 Moonglow 1



0.1 Moonglow 2 (really like how her tail saddles are connected)



Thanks for looking!!!

-Wil



03/01/12  05:02pm

 #2257401


Mschip
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  Message To: Herps4me   In reference to Message Id: 2257394


 Here are the litter pics

whats the difference between snow and moonglow? And how much do they go for?



03/01/12  06:06pm

 #2257451


Herps4me
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  Message To: Mschip   In reference to Message Id: 2257401


 Here are the litter pics

The moonglows have the hypo gene, where the snows do not. You can tell visually by looking at the saddles between the two. The snows have the common saddles, and the moonglows have the saddles that are typical of the hypos. The saddles of the hypo are in the shape of a bowtie. Hard to see, but once you know what you’re looking for, they stand out a little better.

-Wil



03/02/12  12:34am

 #2257488


Mschip
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  Message To: Herps4me   In reference to Message Id: 2257451


 Here are the litter pics

They are so beautiful! Snow or Moonglow is gonna have to be the next snake on my list!



03/02/12  11:16am

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  Message To: Mschip   In reference to Message Id: 2257488


 Here are the litter pics

Stunning clutch! Some real beauties there. Hope all are healthy and feeding well.



03/03/12  09:58am

 #2260126


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  Message To: Fairy Frog Mother   In reference to Message Id: 2257553


 Here are the litter pics

Really stunning



03/25/12  04:17pm

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  Message To: Bazzer   In reference to Message Id: 2260126


 Here are the litter pics

what are the base morphs in moonglow? how are they different from snow?? they look the same lol



06/20/12  10:29am

 #2270648


Herps4me
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  Message To: Ian F   In reference to Message Id: 2270636


 Here are the litter pics

Haha, it’s very true. They look very similar.

The snow boas represent 2 genes: albinism and anerythristic.

The moonglow represents 3 genes: albinism, anerythristic, and hypomelanistic.

The easiest way you can tell the difference is the moonglows will have the bowtie pattern on there saddles, which is common with the hypomelanistic boas.

Hope that helps!

-Wil




06/20/12  01:59pm

 #2274760


ScalesR/us
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  Message To: Mschip   In reference to Message Id: 2257401


 Here are the litter pics

Wow beautiful babies. I’m new to this site and was wondering what the snakes are going for if at all.



07/28/12  04:01am


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