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    Gorgeous Lesser Scaleless Heads



    Clutch #23
    Sire: fm Mystic Scaleless Head, m Scaleless Head, and m Blackhead
    Dam: fm Lesser Ph Gstripe AE1
    Laid: 4/17/17
    Hatched: 6/9/17
    Size: 6 eggs
    Results:
    1.2 Lesser Scaleless Head
    1.0 Scaleless Head
    0.1 Lesser
    0.1 Normal



    These Scaleless Heads are a beautiful example of the SH gene, look at all those missing scales! We just had to mix the Scaleless Head stuff in with the BEL complex genes, a fully white scaleless snake would be insane! This is just step one to getting to that goal.







    Normal scaleless head male (above), this guy is awesome looking! Should make a fantastic breeder for someone. Our Normal SH male did great for us this year!

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