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    Morph Question

    I came across this on Facebook. Anyone have info on the black pastel with the white ringer? Canít find anything online. Just curious as to who owns it.




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    Just a Super Black Pastel Het Pied with a ringer, while not all ringers are het pieds, and not all Het Pieds have ringers some just do.

    As for who owns it the answer is in the picture.
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    Re: Morph Question

    Super Blacks look cool as hatchlings but usually fade to brown.

    Side Note: If you every try to make a Super Black Spider: try not use a high-white Spider...The white pigmentation just sort of spreads up the sides and messes everything up instead of looking cool...Pictured: Super Black Pastel Spider (4 years old) x OG Het Albino

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    i own several animals w/ various stages of ringers including Black Pastel animals. all of them are het Pied except funny enough my 1st Black Pastel Champ girl and a Calico YB. my SBP poss Pin is 66% het Pied has no ringer. i think ringers are really cool whether or not the animal is het Pied.
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    Some morphs are more prone to ringers, both black pastel and het pieds fall on that list.

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    Re: Morph Question

    Quote Originally Posted by OhhWatALoser View Post
    Some morphs are more prone to ringers, both black pastel and het pieds fall on that list.
    I know, I was more interested in this particular snake. Iíve never seen a solid black snake with a white ringer. I see that it is still for sale. $10,000. I misread the ad and thought it had been sold.


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    Re: Morph Question

    At that price it SHOULDN'T get sold
    Thats outrageously ridiculous

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    Re: Morph Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybeans View Post
    At that price it SHOULDN'T get sold
    Thats outrageously ridiculous

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    There are tons of snakes out there for that much and more. Itís not unheard of. Especially for a worlds first.


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    Re: Morph Question

    It's still ridiculous
    Quote Originally Posted by Jbabycsx View Post
    There are tons of snakes out there for that much and more. Itís not unheard of. Especially for a worlds first.


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