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    How to identify a multi gene BP?

    So I picked up this pretty baby the other day. I pick it up as a spider enchi. Trying to learn how to identify the Enchi? When I have looked up pictures online of spider enchi's it seems the enchi is very subtle. Thanks for the information.

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    Spider Enchi exhibit a reduced spider webbing pattern compare to single gene spider, there is also a difference in head pattern.
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