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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Snapped a couple of pics of my little Harley in the sun yesterday he was really blushed pink



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    Wow you have some gorgeous animals, love the tail, so symmetrical.

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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Thanks sonny, he has a great markings and such a gentle character,loves his food like

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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Little Harley shed last week and was looking good, he’s getting a lot more oranges and pinks on his sides, he’s also starting to fill out at last



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    I can't make up my mind if it's a hypo or a sunglow.

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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Wow he’s a beauty !! Really getting deep rich colors. Love that photo shoot tree as well


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    Great looking critter there sir. You're the boss of the boa bunch Rich!
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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Nice! What a handsome guy!

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    Beautiful, Harley is a great name. The colors are amazing. First I’ve seen if this thread but thanks for sharing, looking at snakes just never gets old.
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    Re: Hypo harlequin

    Looking super colorful and wonderful!

    Quote Originally Posted by MAC1 View Post
    I can't make up my mind if it's a hypo or a sunglow.
    sunglows have the albino gene.
    this is a hypo boa from the harlequin line which is known for throwing high pink/red and some pattern aberrancies.
    hope that helps!
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