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    Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

    Which bp morph has the brightest yellows and the darkest blacks? Basically the highest contrast. I am a huge fan of that look. It seems like bumblebees and killerbees start out like that but fade over time? Thanks!

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    This guy isn't bad.

    Super Orange Dream Yellow Belly


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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

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    This guy isn't bad.

    Super Orange Dream Yellow Belly
    I think I just had a heart attack! Those colors are beautiful!
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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

    Just amazing


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    I have a killer bee that is three years old right now that is still super vibrant. It is not just what morph it is. The quality of both the parents that really matters and it means all the genes. Not just the yellows and blacks. A good example of what I am talking about can be seen with albinos. Normally we want a lot of blushing on our animals, with albinos this tends to backfire in a big way and you get muddy snakes. I hatched the one below this year. I am expecting that it holds it's color pretty well. So far no brown speckling around the dorsal which is an early indicator that things are going to change.

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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

    Super Orange Dream Yellow Belly looks pretty close to what I am looking for. Very vibrant and beautiful. Personally I really like the markings on the Bumblebee more, I like a low of blacks, but with really vibrant yellows into adulthood. I guess a lot of that matters on the blood lineage though as Jordanornodan said?

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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Zach_este93 View Post
    Super Orange Dream Yellow Belly looks pretty close to what I am looking for. Very vibrant and beautiful. Personally I really like the markings on the Bumblebee more, I like a low of blacks, but with really vibrant yellows into adulthood. I guess a lot of that matters on the blood lineage though as Jordanornodan said?
    That super OD is hot but I bet itís way up there in price too. The low black is because Iím pretty sure it has spider in there too. You are right about the killer bees not having as dark of blacks and thatís because the super pastel washes out blacks not because of quality. If you want more black and super clean yellow, pastel desert ghost is the best Iíve seen yet. Iíll post a pic later.

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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Zach_este93 View Post
    Super Orange Dream Yellow Belly looks pretty close to what I am looking for. Very vibrant and beautiful. Personally I really like the markings on the Bumblebee more, I like a low of blacks, but with really vibrant yellows into adulthood. I guess a lot of that matters on the blood lineage though as Jordanornodan said?
    That picture was from last year. This one is a quick cell phone pic from a couple of weeks ago while he was locked up with one of my girls. If you're waiting for his color to dull as he get's into adulthood, I wouldn't hold your breath.

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    Mine is actually a Pastel Pinstripe Mojave Spider. The mother and father were very high yellow animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Alan View Post
    That picture was from last year. This one is a quick cell phone pic from a couple of weeks ago while he was locked up with one of my girls. If you're waiting for his color to dull as he get's into adulthood, I wouldn't hold your breath.
    He is holding color well. I am impressed.
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    Re: Brightest yellows with darkest blacks



    Not the best pic of her because terrible lighting but the pic has not been altered at all, looksbetter in person but you get the idea.


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