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    HALP!!! What morph do you think this may be???

    I picked up this girl tonight but know one knew what morph it was. These pics are not the best but I instantly seen calico and pastel. There is very bright orange blushing so i suspect it may have orange dream in her. Let me know what you guys think. Shes very sweet but a bit twitchy. If anyone has seen this combo before please let me know thank you










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    Some pastel for sure ! Super pretty ❤️

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    The only gene I feel confident in is pastel. It's definitely not OD, pattern is way too busy and the color is off. I think it could be calico only because I have seen some very low expression calicos but without knowing one of the parents had it then it's pretty unlikely. It does look different than a typical pastel so I would say it could potentially have another gene but without knowing the parents, I don't think you're going to get a firm ID on this one. It makes a beautiful pet though

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    We will be raising her up for future breeding projects.

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    If you plan to breed to keep babies for yourself then that's fine but if you're planning to sell babies, I recommend you buy your stock from a better source, where you know what the parents were and you know what you're working with, I guarantee you'll be much more successful. With breeding ball pythons you get out what you invest. It's very hard, practically impossible to make any money breeding low dollar animals because the market is flooded with them and people are having to practically give them away. I wish people would stop producing animals like that because it's bad for the animals and bad for the hobby. Breeders need to invest in quality stock to produce quality animals, at least if they want to be successful.

    I'm not trying to discourage you, just giving you honest advice. Good luck with your breeding projects.

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