Boa Constrictors!

Her grandfather had similar black speckles on him. And her dad was a paradox sunglow. Mom was a low expression hyop jungle.

Grandfather



Mother


Father



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Here are two of my sunglow motley jungles.


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I want one @tommccarthy! They are really something!

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With any luck come spring / summer I hope to have more. Then you can pick one out.

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They’re beautiful, I love the one with less and cleaner patterning :relaxed:

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Not sure which one I like best. The male has the 1/4 long white strip from his head. The female has the longer tail strip.

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So it’s the male I like!
Do they get brighter with age or dull slightly like balls? :blush:

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I really like the long tail stripes, especially because of the orange.

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These pictures are from a few years ago when they first shed.




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Wow, I love how the female has grown up!

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Here are a few pictures of there dad. He has keeped his color for the most part.





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Oh wow they’ve changed a lot! :star_struck:

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Now imagine what one of Matt’s sunglow Sterlings tail would look like lumpy.

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That is what I was thinking about lol. I would definitely use one in my Sterling projects.

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The picture of me holding him he is in shed so he is a little dull

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The tail strip is from the motley gene in him.

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Now, just imagine when I add IMG to this :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

IMG Motley Junglow Sterlings sound good to me :wink:

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That animal would have a lot of genetic in it but I think the Sterling would cancel out most of the patterns from the other genetics. However the motley and IMG would make the tail and maybe most of the body orange I think.

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