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    Do you see leopard??

    I hatched this baby out as well as others that are 100% just regular pastel clowns but this one looks way different. Cleaner and better striping.Does anyone see a pastel leopard clown?


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    What was the pairing? Is one of the parents leopard?

    There's a huge variance in clown patterns. So random variables like this can pop up. If one of the parents is leopard, this could be possible leopard, just lower expression.

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    Leo is kinda hard to see in Clown more often than not. IMO Leo, Blade and a really nice reduced Clown can be confusing as heck!


    so this is a hard one. how old and how big is this BP currently? do u have pre-first shed pix? like fresh outta the egg pix? right now, i'm leaning no Leopard. i say that b/c of the banding and attempted banding in the front third of the snake. Leo would give a stronger, fuller dorsal w/o interruption. sides may be reduced or busy or a combo of the two (like the one u have here), but a more complete dorsal is consistent.


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    Thanks! These are first shed pics and yes leopard was involved in the pairing, infact one of the siblings is a leopard clown.

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    Re: Do you see leopard??

    Looks extremely different than the rest. Looked insane in the egg.


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    Not seeing it, the dorsal is too jagged IMO where as with leopard it's more of a straight line.

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    Re: Do you see leopard??

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    Not seeing it, the dorsal is too jagged IMO where as with leopard it's more of a straight line.
    Yeah I agree, nothing like any pastel leopard clown Iíve ever saw, the thing that had me 2nd guessing was how different it looks in comparison to its siblings. I guess no way to know for sure into breeding it. Thanks everyone!

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    Re: Do you see leopard??

    Quote Originally Posted by highqualityballz View Post
    Yeah I agree, nothing like any pastel leopard clown Iíve ever saw, the thing that had me 2nd guessing was how different it looks in comparison to its siblings. I guess no way to know for sure into breeding it. Thanks everyone!
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