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    Dusty Champagne or...?

    I'm newer to BP's, and I just recently got a new snake from not the most reliable source, and they told me he was a champagne, which I have never owned before, and I am not too familiar with the morph. Anybody know much about them and what is relatively common in this morph, because it seems to me that champagne's can be pretty varied in appearance.






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    Re: Dusty Champagne or...?

    If you post a photo someone here could probably confirm the morph.
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    Champagne as a single gene can be very variable from high orange from the pumkin line to what is most commonly seen.

    A lot of Champagne combos tend to look alike as well since champagne is a very overpowering gene.

    Now whether or not you have a champagne no one can answer that without a picture but when you question something that's when you know you should buy from a reputable breeder
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    Re: Dusty Champagne or...?

    We cannot see those pics because we are not logged in to your google account - this link might help.
    Last edited by dr del; 10-09-2019 at 05:03 PM.
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    Re: Dusty Champagne or...?

    Let's try this again with pics, lol


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    Looks like a champagne to me.

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