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Thread: Pollux

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    Re: Pollux

    Quote Originally Posted by cchardwick View Post
    That's a nice looking Pinstripe you have! Pinstripe is one of my favorite morphs, I love how gold they look. No other morph can give you that high gold color. Here are a few photos of my female Pinstripe for comparison. She is five years old. I just weighed her and she is coming in at 2213 grams, she is a big girl! I'm actually breeding her for the first time this year, I'm pretty excited! I'm crossing her with my Bamboo male, hoping for a Bamboo Pinstripe. Her eyes sure look different than your snake!
    All in all, I consider myself lucky having gotten him for $50 as a 2yr old adult. May not be the fanciest of morphs or whatever, but he's got the best temperament out of any snake I've handled up to now. Then again, I've heard conjecture due to how established Pinstripe is as a morph, that the genetic pool is pretty diverse leading to animals with less nerves. Obviously, that may not be true, but seems like it possibly could be since that is part of the basis of domestication.

    Mentioning that since the Pinstripe females I see always seem to be very chill animals, including yours.

    Yeah, Pollux has dark eyes, only a glimmer of that copper-green at the very top. His sire (Junior Rohl's Milwaukee, a Mojave Pinstripe) has similarly dark eyes for the morph, so probably a little genetic blip.

    You can see a bit of it here:



    And a new pic for others:


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    Guess he's ready for it to be Sneksgiving.


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    Re: Pollux

    My hera(pinstripe) is extremely docile also, I've gotten her to where I can rub her head like she's a puppy dog. My emperor pinstripe tho, he's a bit of an ass right now, real flighty, so he needs some work put in in him.

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    893g , 38" / 96cm long.

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