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    Ivory Enchi Leopard Help Identifying Hatchlings

    The parents are supposed to be Ivory Leopard and Ivory Enchi.

    Do you know whats going on with these?

    I bought the breeding pair off the guy who owns these hatchlings.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDUssbGJqr8

    Thank you!

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    Re: Ivory Enchi Leopard Help Identifying Hatchlings

    This is an example of an enchi puma, which is not exactly the same as enchi ivory, but close. She is in pre-lay shed, so her colors are pretty dull.

    I suspect your girl is an enchi ivory super pastel. She is so very white, and every one of those hatchlings have a pastel headstamp and are very white instead of ivory toned. Looks to me like one pastel ivory, one enchi pastel ivory, and two enchi pastel leopard ivories.

    Pics of dad would help, but I suspect he is what he was sold as.


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    Re: Ivory Enchi Leopard Help Identifying Hatchlings

    This is the father




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    This is the mother.


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    I don't see enchi or pastel in the father, so I'm going to stick with my original guess. Aside from all the hatchlings having super washed out heads, you would really expect to see some color in the mother, even fully grown, with the enchi in there, so that's why I suspect her to be super pastel. She may be single pastel and the breeder just hit crazy odds, but it's coming from her, not him. I can't visually see leopard in him, but the hatchlings clearly have it so he must. You may be able to pick it up with a black light.
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