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    Sentinel ball python

    Does anyone know if Ben Siegel's sentinel ball is the same as the super paint?

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    according to the originator of the paintball it is not. I thought it may be, but he says no. I have not seen his paints, so I have no idea if they are the same as my het sentinels. I will say the pictures of my adults as babies are quite vividly colored in comparison to the pics of baby super paints I have seen. They look closer to the matrix ball that Ralph has, but have not seen that animal in a long time. I have 4 hatching right now and they look very pretty as well. I am very excited about these animals. They are gorgeous. Last pic is of a het sentinel.







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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    What are your thoughts on the Cowell Paint Line? These are very impressive to see in person.


    Here's a link to his site.
    http://tcreptiles.com/Paint.htm

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    Wow - yet another morph to add to the list of "one day!" LOL

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    Tom has a ton of hidden gems in his collection!

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    I cant wait to see the sentinel crosses. I think the sentinel mojave would look awesome. Imagine the sentinel pied or sentinel clown.

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    Quote Originally Posted by siegelreptiles View Post
    according to the originator of the paintball it is not. I thought it may be, but he says no. I have not seen his paints, so I have no idea if they are the same as my het sentinels. I will say the pictures of my adults as babies are quite vividly colored in comparison to the pics of baby super paints I have seen. They look closer to the matrix ball that Ralph has, but have not seen that animal in a long time. I have 4 hatching right now and they look very pretty as well. I am very excited about these animals. They are gorgeous. Last pic is of a het sentinel.




    Very cool morph....I have heard little about it. So it is a proven recessive trait?
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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    nah--its a codom, but I call them het sentinels like het ivory. When I originally got these from Africa, I thought they would be the codom, and that there would be a super which I would call super sentinels--but the original animals are the super. So I am so used to calling them sentinels, I call the codom het sentinels. I should change it to calling the codom sentinels and the others super sentinels.

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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    Quote Originally Posted by siegelreptiles View Post
    nah--its a codom, but I call them het sentinels like het ivory. When I originally got these from Africa, I thought they would be the codom, and that there would be a super which I would call super sentinels--but the original animals are the super. So I am so used to calling them sentinels, I call the codom het sentinels. I should change it to calling the codom sentinels and the others super sentinels.

    Makes sense...do you have any more pics of the hets? I am always interested in those 'normal' looking animals who have a pretty radical looking super form...spotnose...yb...fires....
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    Re: Sentinel ball python

    yes--we have more pics up on our website---even more on our facebook.

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