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    Re: Are morphs more than a colour scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by AntTheDestroyer View Post
    Is there anything to the statement that piebalds have a tendency to be more difficult feeders than other mutations? I know my two pieds give me more fits than my other snakes, but it is pretty small testing pool.

    Don't think morph has anything to do with feeding tendencies. Except for spider morph the wobble can make it harder for them to eat and I've heard of them 'giving up'.
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    Re: Are morphs more than a colour scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by AntTheDestroyer View Post
    Is there anything to the statement that piebalds have a tendency to be more difficult feeders than other mutations? I know my two pieds give me more fits than my other snakes, but it is pretty small testing pool.
    My piebald eats like a champ. She is female, all my females eat well. for me the MALES are the difficult eaters.
    1.0 Normal: "Ragnarok"
    1.0 Het Piebald: "Snappy"
    1.0 Killer Piebald: "Chuck Norris"
    0.1 Piebald: "Flame"
    0.1 Araza: "Godzilla"

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    Re: Are morphs more than a colour scheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by OhhWatALoser View Post
    This is news to me, who have you seen report this?
    Quote Originally Posted by cchardwick View Post
    This is the first time I've ever heard of problems with the cypress gene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cchardwick View Post
    And my lesser pied has really small eyes but doesn't seem to affect her at all.
    As I said, microphthalmia.
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