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    Just wanted a quick second opinion

    So I'm throwing payments at a bamboo woma, and she'll be in my hands the first week of September (saw her picture the same day I made my rent payment - balancing a snake hobby and adulting can be a real pain) but I'm having a little itch about whether or not she's a woma. The blushing/pattern on her head looks more like a pastel bamboo, but her overall patterning is really reduced, the way woma tends to do to bamboo. I shot off an email yesterday asking about the pairing that produced her, but haven't heard back yet. Busy time of year, after all

    In the hours of googling I've done, I haven't been able to find a similar head pattern on a bamboo woma. I'm was wondering if she's a really nicely reduced pastel bamboo, but as I'm not the best at morph ID and a total airhead 90% of the time, a second opinion would be much appreciated.





    I'm totally prepared to be wrong, but it would have bothered me forever if I didn't ask.


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    Pastel bamboos with reduced pattern like that aren't terribly uncommon. I've never seen a bamboo woma without a headstamp though...

    You may be right. The head really makes me think pastel instead of woma.

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    Re: Just wanted a quick second opinion

    You are terribly robbed because the head stamp not showing any woma or spider gene, looks as a pastel.

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    Re: Just wanted a quick second opinion

    Quote Originally Posted by eldhosepp123 View Post
    You are terribly robbed because the head stamp not showing any woma or spider gene, looks as a pastel.

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    Not necessarily? I don't mind if it's pastel or woma either way, she's still a beautiful snake. I can work with either for the future plans I have as far as breeding projects go, and all the prices I've seen for female woma/pastel bamboos are in the same price range. I just wanted to double check what I was seeing so that I could inform the seller and reaffirm my own opinion.
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