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    ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    Hey gang .. was in the shop the other day and saw this girl here .. wasn’t sure why it was listed “Banana” but it was .. and from a breeder they buy from a lot (I’ll look further into him or her when I go back).
    Now I’m no expert but I am 100% sure it is not a single gene animal and if it does have banana that is not the only thing working here .. if it does have clown or blade (suggested from other ppl on other sites)... it would deff be something probably worth experimenting with .. but again no guaranteed genetics other than what she is displaying. Which brings me here .. any help would be appreciated



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    Re: ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    Not sure. Not expert. Don't see banana but possible clown? IDK.... ask the experts. Nice looking animal either way.

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    Re: ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    I don't see banana at all, pastel and spider for sure with blade clown or blade.

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    I'm seeing the same, no banana, definitely spider pastel and at least one other reducing gene. I don't think it's right for clown but I'm unsure of what the other gene is that's causing the spider pattern to be so reduced.

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    Yeah no banana and I don’t see clown either
    I’m just a bill sitting on top of capital hill.

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    Its a queen bee...
    Pastel Lesser spider

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    Re: ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Danger noodles View Post
    Yeah no banana and I don’t see clown either
    Blade possibly? Maybe enchi ?


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    Re: ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    She has almost a straight line going down her back ? An indicators of clown or blade ? I only ask cause her head is so blushed I can’t really see any tail markings for either .. and I’ve heard and seen a lot of stuff with enchi so I’m jus going with it for now


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    Re: ID help .. says “banana” ..? What do you see ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronniex2 View Post
    She has almost a straight line going down her back ? An indicators of clown or blade ? I only ask cause her head is so blushed I can’t really see any tail markings for either .. and I’ve heard and seen a lot of stuff with enchi so I’m jus going with it for now


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    It's not clown, too many factors are off, head stamp, color, pattern blushing and even the pattern. Yes clown creates a stripe like pattern down the back, but not like this one. I don't think it's enchi either for most of the same reasons.
    It does have an additional gene making the pattern so reduced though. Now blade maybe, mostly because I don't know as much about it other than it's a reducer and it can make a similar pattern down the back with clown so I think it's a good possibility. Problem is I don't know enough about how it acts with spider so it's still just a guess.

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    No banana, no clown.....Spider plus something else and again there are many combinations that can look alike.

    Not sure what your goals are but do some research on Spiders if you plan on acquiring this animal so it does not become another buyer remorse.

    And if you plan to breed invest in qquality stocks that you actually know what they are.
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