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Thread: Help with I. D.

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    Help with I. D.

    [IMG]New python[/IMG]
    [IMG]New python 2[/IMG]

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    Sorry, trying to figure out how to actually add the pics.

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    Hopefully this works.

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    Not quite Spider
    Not quite Enchi

    Woma maybe?
    *.* TNTC

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Sorril View Post
    Not quite Spider
    Not quite Enchi

    Woma maybe?
    It does look a bit like Woma, I was originally thinking spider myself. So I got, him/her Saturday night from a petco by my job, it was being sold as a normal ball and was also on sale. When I saw it, I knew it wasnt a normal bu couldn't figure out what it might be.

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    Quote Originally Posted by scottman View Post
    So I got, him/her Saturday night from a petco by my job, it was being sold as a normal ball and was also on sale.
    Cool, the Petco near me had an Axanthic in with the Normals for sale on Saturday for $20.
    *.* TNTC

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    At first I thought spider but the pattern isn't right and the head stamp is way off. Next woma came to mind, I see Lord Sorril came to the same conclusion. I'm 99% sure you have a woma but I don't work with that morph so I'm just basing it on pictures I've seen.

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    The two morphs I think it could be, are either a Woma or stinger bee. I guess the only way I'd really be able to find out is to breed it to a normal.

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    Re: Help with I. D.

    A couple better pics

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    I would have to go with woma
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