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    Best morph to breed to a normal??

    I am heading down to an expo next month and i was looking to spend no more than 100$ on a male BP to breed to my female in a couple years. Are there any morphs OTHER than pastels that i can breed to a normal and produce morphs from.

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    Yellow Bellies and pastels are the only one's that you can even thing about getting for that price

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    Re: Best morph to breed to a normal??

    With a $100? No probably not. It'd be hard to buy a good looking pastel for 100. Unless you find someone totally desperate to get rid of snakes. Good luck!
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    Re: Best morph to breed to a normal??

    You should be able to get a 2010 yellowbelly, lower quality pastel and possibly a spider in a few months!!!

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    Keep on lowball'n -- just remember you get what you pay for. If I only had $100 I'd save up $400 or more and get a good quality single codom. Quality over Quantity...remember that. Good luck...

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    Not much you can get for that price, and you probably won't get anything that would be considered "Breeder Quality." Just save up some money for a nice looking morph that you like, and if you save enough to get a super of some sort then it'll be all the better. Like they've said, quality over quantity.

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    Re: Best morph to breed to a normal??

    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeDoc View Post
    Keep on lowball'n -- just remember you get what you pay for. If I only had $100 I'd save up $400 or more and get a good quality single codom. Quality over Quantity...remember that. Good luck...
    I have a low end pastel female i wouldn't give up for the best one ever seen. breeder investment is one thing, pets are another.
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    Re: Best morph to breed to a normal??

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragoon View Post
    I have a low end pastel female i wouldn't give up for the best one ever seen. breeder investment is one thing, pets are another.
    But the OP asked "best morph to breed to a normal?"

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    Re: Best morph to breed to a normal??

    Possible male morphs under a $100
    I saw all of these at the recent show for $100 and under

    Pastel
    Yellow Belly
    Het Red Axanthic
    spider
    granite
    black pastel
    Cinny
    Last edited by snakesRkewl; 08-25-2010 at 10:49 PM.
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    base morph

    Any base morph is a good morph

    pastels
    spider
    yellow belly
    cinny
    pin
    enchi


    Any of those you get half morphs,half normals

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