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    Orange ghost?

    I've just been curious as to what others may think about one of my hatchlings. The pairing was black pastel het. orange ghost x pinstripe (unknown beyond that). Both of his sheds have been clear which I know can happen with hatchlings but all the pictures I've seen of black pins seem darker and he doesn't have any black on him, just browns. I've included pictures of him with his clutch mate (who ate excellently from the first offering, hence the size difference) for color comparison. What do you think? Ghost or not?

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    Yes hypo pinstripe

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    Okay, cool, thanks so much! No black pastel in him? I figured if he were a black pin his pattern would've been busier so it makes sense.

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    I see a pin and a Hypo pin in those photos. Guess your pin was Het Hypo as well. Nice surprise.
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    Yeah, I'm thrilled! I have wanted to try for some o.g. morphs but the het o.g. female I bought a couple years ago has yet to produce for me so I figured any hypo projects would be down the road for me.

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    Wow. lucky!
    Gorgeous babies and the odds of a het x het were in your favor for sure!


    I can only hope that I'm that lucky with my leopard geckos this season. Male is a super snow and I'm crossing him with a couple albino gals. Surprise albino babies would be amazing
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    Here's hoping for you! Good luck!

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    That's really cool that you got a surprise het adult! Very pretty baby
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