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    BPnet Veteran Ax01's Avatar
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    What Dinkers Do You Have?

    what BP's do u have that u are messin' around w/ and hope to prove out? i'm not necessarily talking about (poss.) het's here. that could be kool tho but i'm more talking about dinkers. do u have a snake that has a weird, interesting, unique or unexplained color, pattern or other trait that u wanna breed out to see if it's genetic. can it be replicated? what will pop out? can u isolate the gene? what dinkers do u have?

    here's my humble lil dinker that came from an extreme ringer Sunrise x Super Cinny (poss het G-Stripe). i thought it might have been a Super Cinny Banana when it pipped. but then when i saw it tucked between the substrate and tub, i was like what?! interesting color and pattern!


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    the closest combo from the genetics at play would be a Banana Cinny. i already own one of those, but this pattern is too busy, that dorsal and omg - whatsup w/ the colors? the pattern looks Gargoyle (HRA at play) or Pewter (Pastel at play). the 1.0 Sunrise did come from Dave Green, King of Dinker fame, so there's that. but as far as we know and his lineage, no extra genes are at play w/ that dad. so i am very tempted to dink around to find out whatsup!

    here's my amateur attempt at good photography this morning w/ this boy. i think i need more (natural) light and i need to learn how to use a camera. u can see freckles are coming in.




    anyways share what you're working with. let's see your dinkers!
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    Re: What Dinkers Do You Have?

    I just have amunet, who I get opinions are blade/super blade or krg
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    Re: What Dinkers Do You Have?

    Ax01, that is a SWEET little snake! Great color and pattern!

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    What Dinkers Do You Have?


    I’ve posted here before. I bought her from Tom Parker, she is pastel het pied, and extreme banded pattern Reduction makes me ID her as a “possible KRG” since that is what Tom is known for in his collection.
    I recently put her up for sale though, as I’m raising money for a high end recessive.

    I posted 3 photos with completely different lighting to get an overall idea of her color and banding.
    Last edited by Godzilla78; 02-09-2019 at 03:50 PM.

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