This is another type of T- Albino, but is not the same and is not compatible with the common Albino. If you bred a Lavender with a regular Albino, all the babies would look normal and be het for both types. This is a beautiful mutation in which the normally white markings of an Albino turn to lavender or purple-ish gray. The babies start out a stunning neon orange with brightly contrasting white and as they mature, the colored pattern fades toward yellow while the white turns purple. The eyes are a dark ruby red. Lavender Albinos were first proven by Ralph Davis Reptiles in 2001.
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Last edited by JLC; 06-06-2011 at 01:09 PM.
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