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    Super lesser or lesser, butter bel possibility of ghi??

    Hey all. I recently added this snake into my collection she was labeled a lesser, butter from the breeder i figure its a super lesser technically. Now my question is if ghi is there. The breeder said that was a possibility since one of the parents was a ghi, lesser. I am including a blacklight pic of her and I was hoping if anyone on here has anythoughts as to ascertain if the ghi gene is there. (other than breeding it out). I plan on doing that anyway.

    Anyway heres the picture under blacklight.


    here is a normal picture

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    Re: Super lesser or lesser, butter bel possibility of ghi??

    No way to tell without breeding


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    Re: Super lesser or lesser, butter bel possibility of ghi??

    kool black light pix!

    but yeah, i don't see anything right now that indicates GHI. tho i still see that your BP is has it's pink baby hues (or is that an upcoming shed?) and hasn't grown into it's adult "colors" yet. some BEL's tend to yellow or gain pattern w/ age. there's nothing right now, butt maybe some hints will develop over the years to indicate GHI.

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    No way to tell without breeding
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