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Ball python morph?

Discussion in 'Not So Spineless Wonders' started by Cherri, Nov 20, 2018.

  1. Cherri

    Cherri Arachnopeon Active Member

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    I'm a redtail boa (they're like huge puppies) kinda gal, but ive been wanting to get some ball pythons. I picked up an adult male "lemon" and a lesser pastel female for $100 together. Both are little angels and I'm in love. I was expecting a lemon blast. But i have no idea what he is. I can't find just a "lemon" morph on morph lists. His black is very light, so i think he's a ghost-something. He is light yellow, but i know breeders breed pastels with everything.

    Yes the female is in the tank too in the pic. They kept 3 together, but i seperated her now. Any ideas? Curious because i want to breed snakes when i have the room.
     

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  2. theDHill

    theDHill Arachnopeon Active Member

  3. 14pokies

    14pokies Arachnoprince

    The lesser pastel is the snake most prominent in your pic.. The one in the back to the right looks like a normal but it could be a pastel. I would need better pics..

    There is a "type" of pastel known as citrus pastel or lemon pastel. Pastel is pastel if you ask me though.. There is no morph known as a lemon though.. Get some better pics of your snakes and tag me I'll do my best to sort ya out.