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    It's to odd for you. So if you would just box it up and send it to me. You will never have to see it again. It looks great.

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    Derek Please Show Us belies of Your Lessers....


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    Re: Why is my BEL stripey?

    I'm just curious. Did you produce this animal yourself? I've never seen a super lesser with that dirty of a head. Usually that's what the mojo version looks like


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    I've only owned one super lesser, and she was late sold. She had a very slight yellow line down the ridge of her back, though. When I got her, I looked into it. From what I remember finding, it's quite common in super lessers to have a bit of yellow along the back.

    I'd guess she's not exhibiting any extra gene. Only that she's showing, again, that there is variability in lots of the morphs.
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    That's a nice BEL.
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    Re: Why is my BEL stripey?

    Tried to get head pics.







    Will try and get belly pics of the parents and maybe even blacklight pictures later. It looks like the eye stripe is bleeding through to me?
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    Re: Why is my BEL stripey?

    Quote Originally Posted by Painted View Post
    Mojave X Lesser is reported to produce the most white of the BELS, while lesser X lesser and mojave X mojave have some color discoloration at times. Sometimes moderate, sometimes extreme. Beautiful animal, however.

    EDIT: Also, as he ages the color should bronze out or turn a platinum color because he is from Lesser X Lesser.
    Mojaves x Mojaves have more purple effects if there are any discolorations and also bronze out with age, but not to the same extent.

    I should say the markings definitely do not make your animal any less marketable than a pure white BEL, because a lot of individuals love the discoloration. Some people of course prefer white, but others definitely love a little mark to their pythons.

    Hope that helped.
    I had a BEL from a Lesser x Lesser pairing and he was as white as it gets. I kept him for a couple of years and he never showed any color other than snow white...
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    Re: Why is my BEL stripey?

    That's why I said occasional color discoloration. Not occurring with every animal or pairing.

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    I'm with Rafal on this one. I am curious to see the both of the parents belly patterns (if any).
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    Re: Why is my BEL stripey?

    Quote Originally Posted by Painted View Post
    That's why I said occasional color discoloration. Not occurring with every animal or pairing.

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    Understood...just throwing in my 2 cents worth...

    I've also never heard of >>> "as he ages the color should bronze out or turn a platinum color because he is from Lesser X Lesser." Super Lesser/Butters are supposed to be the whitest BEL's...other than maybe White Diamonds...

    here's a thread with all kinds of contradictory stuff http://ball-pythons.net/forums/showt...est-Leucistics
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