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    Citrus lemonblast?

    So i bought a female lemonblast (pastel+pinstripe) hatched back in october, and the people at the store said she was a citrus lemonblast, and i havent been able to find a difference between that and a normal lemonblast, so im thinking is just a name to make her sound more fancy, also, she is very yellow as of now, but ive seen pictures of adults that start to lose their yellow and look more brown/copper, does that happen to all lemonblasts? And whats the difference between a citrus lemonblast and a normal lemonblast? if there is actually a difference and its just not a name

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    I believe citrus is just a line of selective bred pastel for their yellow appearance and the capability of retaining it as they grow.

    Here's the picture on wobp http://www.worldofballpythons.com/morphs/citrus-pastel/
    3.8 ball python(banana spider moj enchi, lavander, spider leopard, dreamsicle, pied, bumblebee, pinstripe, butter pastel, superpastel, pastel, het dreasmicle)
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    Re: Citrus lemonblast?

    Wow i really hope thats the case because it would be a shame if she lost her color, she just looks so bright, and i honetly think they dont look good when they loose their color

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    And i guess the only way to know if she is a citrus lemonblast is to wait until she grows and see if she keeps her color, right?

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    Yeah Citrus is just pastel.

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