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    Is this a new form of Pearl Burmese python?

    Ok maybe that's a bit ambitious, but there's definitely something different about my girl.

    When she was younger she looked like any other Pearl, however now she's developing stark white outlines on her saddles at an age where all other Pearls I've seen are developing a solid yellow dorsal stripe. I've never seen any like this.

    I was told she is a straight Pearl (Hypo Albino, Burm equivalent of a sunglow) but do you think anything else is at play here and has anyone seen this before?

    I'm excited to see how she develops and who knows in a few years I might be producing some "Frosted Pearls" ha ha I jest... Kind of

    A couple pics from December 2017 and pics now




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    Whatever it is she is amazing!!!

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    Re: Is this a new form of Pearl Burmese python?

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    Whatever it is she is amazing!!!
    Thanks man, I think she looks unique for a Pearl. The yellows and oranges usually blend into each other and I can't find pictures of any Pearls with bright white rings on them.

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    Re: Is this a new form of Pearl Burmese python?

    Amazing markings really bright .
    sorry canít help you on the burm morphs


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    Re: Is this a new form of Pearl Burmese python?

    Wow, she/he looks amazing(I know I'm late) I just got my pearl het granite on Saturday, you can see his pattern easily on his neck but then it all starts blending together to create a almost solid color but you can still just barely see a hint of the pattern. How can you tell when he/she is getting ready to shed? Does the belly scales change to a pink shade or anything?

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