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    Just showing off my babies.

    So first off is this gorgeous butter girl I hatched out this season. She's absolutely stunning! And doesn't like to pose




    Next is this normal that I'm so excited to get to size and breed.
    She came from my girl Sookieball,(my first ball python and has awesome color and pattern)




    She's a lot brighter in real life.

    Next up is her ^^ sibling pastel from the same clutch I couldn't get her color in the pictures. She's super faded. Like she's in shed but not actually in shed ya know?






    Thanks for looking!





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    0.1 Normal (Sookie)
    1.0 Pastel (Syler)
    0.1 BumbleBee (Scully)
    1.0 Butter (Gimme)
    0.1 Mojave (Saffy)
    1.0 Albino (Leopold)
    1.0 Pinstripe (Triston)
    1.0 Basset/Beagle Mix (Bilbo)
    0.1 Basset Hound (Mimi)
    a bunch of red eared sliders
    and the oldest, male pit/mix Corky. 18yrs strong.

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    That butter girl is a keeper
    Quote Originally Posted by reixox View Post
    BPs are like pokemon. you tell yourself you're not going to get sucked in. but some how you just gotta catch'em all.

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    That butter girl is a stunner for sure! She reminds me of some enchi butters I've seen with that wicked banding Absolutely gorgeous babies!!!

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    ^^ I agree with what they said. Butter is bootifull! Your normal is really bright as well
    Last edited by Orenshi; 10-03-2012 at 07:06 PM.
    My Collection
    0.1 Cinnamon Spider - "Cinnabun"
    1.0 Enchi Mojave - "Mochiko"
    0.1 Mystic - "Misty"
    0.1 Firefly - "Maganda"
    0.1 Sugar - "Pucca"
    1.0 Champagne Het Russo - "Fizz"
    0.1 Het Russo - "Lucia"

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    Get an enchi for that butter! Man she is hot!
    -Andrew Hall-

    Good night Chesty, wherever you are....


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    That butter is gorgeous!

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    If nothing ever changed, there would be no butterflies.

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    Nice snakes, that butter gal is a hottie
    Balls
    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

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    1.0 (31.25% SD/ 37.5% Dwarf) Lavender Albino p/h Anery
    0.1 (50% SD/ 25% Dwarf) Sunfire Tiger p/h Anery
    1.0 Mochino

    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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    Wow! Thanks everyone!
    I knew she was nice but didn't think everyone would think she was that amazing.

    Makes me happy that she's a female and more that I produced her :-)

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    0.1 Normal (Sookie)
    1.0 Pastel (Syler)
    0.1 BumbleBee (Scully)
    1.0 Butter (Gimme)
    0.1 Mojave (Saffy)
    1.0 Albino (Leopold)
    1.0 Pinstripe (Triston)
    1.0 Basset/Beagle Mix (Bilbo)
    0.1 Basset Hound (Mimi)
    a bunch of red eared sliders
    and the oldest, male pit/mix Corky. 18yrs strong.

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    That is one BRIGHT Lesser. Nice! Congrats on the healthy hatchlings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by that_dc5 View Post
    That is one BRIGHT Lesser. Nice! Congrats on the healthy hatchlings.
    Thanks! Yeah I don't think there's a difference between butters and lessers but I have three butter hatchlings and all three are really different from each other.

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    0.1 Normal (Sookie)
    1.0 Pastel (Syler)
    0.1 BumbleBee (Scully)
    1.0 Butter (Gimme)
    0.1 Mojave (Saffy)
    1.0 Albino (Leopold)
    1.0 Pinstripe (Triston)
    1.0 Basset/Beagle Mix (Bilbo)
    0.1 Basset Hound (Mimi)
    a bunch of red eared sliders
    and the oldest, male pit/mix Corky. 18yrs strong.

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