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    Best Looking Morphs As Adults?

    Hello all,

    I am curious about your opinion on what morphs look best as adults.. Which age the best in terms of color, contrast, etc.? I know that this can vary a lot with selective breeding and personal taste, but want your opinion on morphs and combos in general. Of my BPs, I have found that my single gene cinnamon has aged the best...retaining clean whites and crisp pattern / darks. My BPs that are pastels, have tended to brown / fade over time.

    Please offer any opinion you have on the subject and if you happen to have any pics of adults that are your favorites, that would be great as well.

    I will post a picture of my female cinnamon and pastave below. This photo was taken in full sunlight and the pastave has since browned out a good bit, but the cinnamon has retained her contrast and colors.
    Currently keeping: 1.0 Boa constrictor amarali
    0.2 Kenyan sand boas 1.0 Hypo BCI 1.0 CA motley BCI
    1.0 Jaguar Capret 0.4 Ball Pythons
    0.2 crested geckos 1.0 Leachie
    1.1.1 gargoyle geckos 0.2 Rats 2.3 White's tree frogs
    0.0.2 Pacman frogs 1.0 Veiled chameleon

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    Re: Best Looking Morphs As Adults?

    I like spiders

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    I've seen some beautiful coral glows and Bananas as adults.
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    Female Pastel Ball Python "Bumblebee"

    Sorry for any typos

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    I avoid anything spider/axanthic, pretty as babies but in a few years...not so much.

    Fire and lesser/butter just get better with age. Banana looses all the pretty purple , but that stays pretty good too, unless you mind all the spots that they develop with age.
    1.0- Pastel het Pied- Khaa

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    The best looking adult BP I ever saw was Brian Gundy's Caramel Glow about 10 years ago (caramel and hypo). Stunning! It's why I like the caramel gene even thought it can have issues. Both caramels and ultramels turn out very nice as adults and don't get the dark muddiness that is common in a lot of BPs. Just my opinion of course
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    Toffino/Candino

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    Re: Best Looking Morphs As Adults?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seven-Thirty View Post
    Toffino/Candino
    I was hoping this was going to be mentioned I have my 1st BP coming next week which is a Toffino!!!!

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    Re: Best Looking Morphs As Adults?

    I like anything with fire or yellowbelly as an adult

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    Pied all Day They look almost the same as adults as babies And the white is white!

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    Re: Best Looking Morphs As Adults?

    Has to be the old faithful Albino followed closely by a high / medium white Pied !

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