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    Spotnose KingSpin

    There is a chance the QueenSpin on the left is a Spotnose QueenSpin as well, of course it's a GIRL so there is a little wait there, but to the right is a Spotnose KingSpin, I thought it was a QueenSpin whenever it first hatched out since it was so light, but then I saw the head and when it popped out, knew what it was!



    Spotnose Lemon Blast

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    Re: Spotnose KingSpin

    wow, I love that spot nose lemon blast. congrats

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    Re: Spotnose KingSpin

    Agree on that Spot Blast. You're making me re-think some projects. WOW!

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    Very nice, big fan of the Spotnose combos!
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    Wow they are all beautiful!

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    It's snakes like these that make me itch to learn everything I can about breeding, very pretty. Is it the pattern in the head that makes it a kingspin or a queenspin?
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    woah! I am so jealous.

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    Re: Spotnose KingSpin

    Quote Originally Posted by carlson View Post
    It's snakes like these that make me itch to learn everything I can about breeding, very pretty. Is it the pattern in the head that makes it a kingspin or a queenspin?
    A KingSpin is a Lesser Spider Pinstripe and a QueenSpin is a Pastel Lesser Spider Pinstripe. The colors are pretty night and day when compared to one another. Hope this helps!

    Thanks for the comments everyone!

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    I'm loving that spotnose blast, congratulations on them all!

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    I'm investing in a spot nose..

    Thems do great stuff to combos.

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