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    Pairing help

    My husband picked up this guy because he was "cool looking" Lol I'd like to breed him in the future though. Any suggestions for pairing?
    He is a HGW, mojave, specter.
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    It really boils down to you looking for a combo you like and trying to work towards it.

    Mojave and specter have a lot of neat combos. Mohave GHI for example.

    But the advice I will give is to avoid the spider complex in the pairing. HGW is part of it and mixing up other morphs like champagne can cause a lethal defect or severe wobble.

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    Re: Pairing help

    Do you have pictures of this handsome ball python that you can share? Lol. Consider yellowbelly complex to add firstly and along with lesser HGH pairs very well. Possibly producing Soul Sucker ball python. Adding Granite will also pair well with HGH. In another direction consider pairing Hypo or Ghost genes. However doing a project that you have a passion for or you look to get into means a lot. As was previously stated.
    Last edited by Albert Clark; 09-23-2022 at 02:19 PM.
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    Re: Pairing help

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Clark View Post
    Do you have pictures of this handsome ball python that you can share? Lol. Consider yellowbelly complex to add firstly and along with lesser HGH pairs very well. Possibly producing Soul Sucker ball python. Adding Granite will also pair well with HGH. In another direction consider pairing Hypo or Ghost genes. However doing a project that you have a passion for or you look to get into means a lot. As was previously stated.

    Oops. Typo in my HGW acronym. HGH should be HGW. ( Hidden Gene Woma ). Thanks.
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