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    (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Fellow members,

    I have two threads, and if you could take the time to read and respond to my other one located next to this thread, i would GREATLY appreciate your asisstance as I have run into a problem or a awsome miracle? Before reading or anything else about why their together and other details about the cage read my other thread.

    Anyways.. here he is.

    hes the one with the bright colors.. and the long stripe tail.
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    Looks like a normal, pattern and how light/dark they are varies greatly just like not everyone with brown hair looks the same.
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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    You've definitely got some nice Normals on your hands there


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    Really? I domt get it.. i thought it was a score for sure... it does not resemble my other two at all... hes bright as hell and the markings are completely different his bellys white not a speck of black.

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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexisFitzy View Post
    You've definitely got some nice Normals on your hands there


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    Can you tell me how its normal? I am shocked that you and someone else said that. I cant understand how it is normal at all? He looks completely different... the pics dont justify him.. hes 200% brighter... yellow like spots... insteada brown camo.. and the patterns on his belly sides up close look nothing like my other normals.. i compare him to various pics and people say oh this is a vanilla, a fire, because i see flames.. where are the flames.. can you please explain this.


    my camera sucks.. he has a blackless belly, not a single black scale. A bright white color. And a long strip from his tip of his tail going upward.. i know she has a stripe to but not like his... nothing like it.. i will post real good upclose pics after they unlock..
    Last edited by Caper2016; 01-19-2017 at 10:25 PM.

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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Quote Originally Posted by GoingPostal View Post
    Looks like a normal, pattern and how light/dark they are varies greatly just like not everyone with brown hair looks the same.

    Can you also read my above post?

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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Normals have a lot of variation and can be lighter or darker than others. Vanilla and Fire morphs usually have a very distinct head stamp. If you look at this site: http://www.worldofballpythons.com
    You can type in the Fire and Vanilla morphs and compare those pics to your snakes. I hope those are helpful, the more you look at different morphs and normals honestly the better you will get a sense for Identifying them


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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexisFitzy View Post
    Normals have a lot of variation and can be lighter or darker than others. Vanilla and Fire morphs usually have a very distinct head stamp. If you look at this site: http://www.worldofballpythons.com
    You can type in the Fire and Vanilla morphs and compare those pics to your snakes. I hope those are helpful, the more you look at different morphs and normals honestly the better you will get a sense for Identifying them


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    Finally seperated from mating... almost 30 hours if i were to guess.. anyway.. heres a few more pics of him.. and one side by side with the female he mated with.. Now do u see why i thought he wasnt normal?


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    Re: (New Full-Grown Male) ID Echo, my new Ball Python Please!

    Still looks like a normal, just a light one. As others have said, normals have a wide variety of unique contrast and alien heads but they still fall under the "general" appearance of what a normal is and looks like. No morphs scream out to me if there is one.

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    They look 100% normal, one is just lighter than the other. There's reduced pattern normals and striped normals and very clean normals, they don't all look exactly alike.
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