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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by kxr View Post
    Looks normal to me but you never know until you breed them


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    Yup, I agree. Purchased as an adult normal for $35. Pulled her out of an enclosure with about eight other animals. Picked her because of her belly. I normally wouldn't buy an animal that way but I needed a mature normal very badly. She spent quite a bit of time in quarantine. She has actually become my favorite. Has the disposition of an angel. My kids love her. I have quite a few animals but my $35 normal is the one that gets all the attention.

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    I know that Leopards have belly pattern. I believe that Sables also have belly pattern. I have heard that some Sables do and some don't. I had a Sable that did have belly pattern and I have a captive hatched animal that might be a Sable, but he has a clear belly.

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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Fred Kick's gene called "static" produces babies with insane bellies and granite-type pattern in the alien heads that reduces to banding towards the tail. Definitely an interesting new gene that's made some awesome combos, check it out:



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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by Trisnake View Post
    Fred Kick's gene called "static" produces babies with insane bellies and granite-type pattern in the alien heads that reduces to banding towards the tail. Definitely an interesting new gene that's made some awesome combos, check it out:



    All pics are from Fred Kicks website.


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    I really want to see this combined with leopard. It's so similar yet it's different enough that I can't see it being the same... Either way I think that's a pairing that needs to be done. The same is true with the acid gene except I think the acid is closer to leopard then static.


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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    My guys got a grey chin, does that count?



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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    My new pied has a grey chin and my female het pied have a lot of grey smudging under her chin xx

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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by Trisnake View Post
    Fred Kick's gene called "static" produces babies with insane bellies and granite-type pattern in the alien heads that reduces to banding towards the tail. Definitely an interesting new gene that's made some awesome combos, check it out:



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    That's a pretty snake !!

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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

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    My guys got a grey chin, does that count?



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    That's interesting.Nothing I have has a grey on it like that. What is it?

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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by JodanOrNoDan View Post
    That's interesting.Nothing I have has a grey on it like that. What is it?
    Just a regular ol pied as far as I know. Just picked him up last week. He doesn't have grey anywhere else -


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    Re: Genetic Belly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by Dezoruba View Post
    Just a regular ol pied as far as I know. Just picked him up last week. He doesn't have grey anywhere else -


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    Ah, thanks. This explains why I have never seen this before. I do not have any pied in my collection. You are the second person talking about grey on a pied. Must be a common trait that I did not know about.

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