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    Lace Blackback

    The Lace Blackback was first proven dominant and then co-dominant by Amir Soleymani. This snake looks similar to a Cinnamon, but tends to grow lighter in color as it matures. It's super form is said to look like a cross between a Red Axanthic and a Super Lori Ball. (None of which I have pictures of yet, but hope to soon...if you have some you'd like to share, please contact me!)


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