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    Cool hatchling colors developing

    I wanted to share this baby that just had his first shed and I really like the colors, especially the oranges and brown-red that are popping through on the white. I think he might be a cinnabee. If only he keeps this into adulthood! I added a picture of his dad, Bach, because he has peach-orange in the exact opposite places.

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    Cute noodle, I like the "teardrop tattoo" under his eye.

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    What was the pairing?

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    Re: Cool hatchling colors developing

    The pairing was a Cinnabee to a ?Lesser?. I attached pictures of them. I also included some pics of the 7 egg clutch. The Bumblebee has some nice colors on the side as well.

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    Re: Cool hatchling colors developing

    Quote Originally Posted by Valyndris View Post
    Cute noodle, I like the "teardrop tattoo" under his eye.
    I hope this represents the rats he will eat.

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    Those babies are looking awesome!

    Yep, Dad's a Lesser. Tried hard to see if I could make a Lesser Pastel out of him, but I'm just seeing a nice single gene Lesser.
    Mom, though, is almost 100% a Pewter Bee rather than just a Cinnabee. I'd bet money on her. So, Pastel Cinnamon Spider.

    Still seeing 3 Cinnabees, a Bumble Bee, a Cinnamon, and a Normal on the first 6 babies. . . . I'm leaning toward a very nice Pewter Bee on the pale one, mostly on account of the darker top of the muzzle from about the eyes forward, but I can't say for sure. Very hopeful someone else will chime in.

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    Re: Cool hatchling colors developing

    Nice, I am a fan of the high white sided spiders. Congrats!

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    Re: Cool hatchling colors developing

    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfed_Constrictors View Post
    Nice, I am a fan of the high white sided spiders. Congrats!
    Do you think what is white now will stay white? Their mum seems to be gaining white as she grows, but for her it seems to be white replacing formerly yellow scales.

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    Re: Cool hatchling colors developing

    Quote Originally Posted by Tila View Post
    Do you think what is white now will stay white? Their mum seems to be gaining white as she grows, but for her it seems to be white replacing formerly yellow scales.

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    I don't think anyone could really say for sure. The colors of our snakes are always changing as they age no matter the morph. Being that yours already has high white I would assume that it will continue to be more high white than a low white spider.

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