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    Ever seen this??

    The elongated alien heads on the side of a normal?? Was just wondering if this was in fact normal.



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    Cool Lol Dinker with it

    See what you get good luck!
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    It's characteristic in some morphs like Het Red Axanthics, but it looks to me like a slightly aberrant normal. Nice snake!
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    Re: Ever seen this??

    Hi,

    Yes some normals have them - I'm working to try and exaggerate the look with some of my dinkers.

    Here is the female;




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    It's a trait passed on from the sire or dam, quite often normals in morph clutches will take on the patterning of one the parents, even if it is just a normal.

    This is a normal "possible granite" I produced this season from a black pastel X a possible granite, she has some kewl elongated aliens
    Last edited by snakesRkewl; 08-08-2011 at 01:16 PM.
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