Cinnamon Love



Clio the pewter.

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Glad to see this post because I’ve been scratching my head for hours on a clutch we just hatched.


This is a female we hatched out in 2013 from a Cinnamon Pewter x Normal
She was so jet black with “normal” colored markings that we ruled out cinnamon and just kept her as a dark normal. Her first Clutch pipped today and the babies appear to be cinnamon combos. I will post pictures when they crawl out but please let me know what you think of her.

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Awesome cinnamon/mojave girl I’m going to be getting next week! She’s gonna do some amazing things here. Love the contrast. Great post!

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Thanks for all the great pics, guys! Keep it up!

@wilder_ball_pythons She is absolutely gorgeous!

@sour The baby definitely looks cinnamon, but I woudn’t have guessed that the mother was. If so, she’s an atypical example. What was the pairing?

@cyclopsridgeexotics and @neaky-designs I love pewters and savannahs. Two classic cinny combos.

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@the_rotten1 The first picture is her when she hatched vs 800g and the second pic is her at 1500g. The pairing was a Pewter (cinnamon) x Normal. We thought for sure that she was just a dark normal with crazy pattern. Her first clutch will be crawling out any day now and I’ll reply with pictures.

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My cinnamon lesser pastel wookie :smile:

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@sour Oh, wow. She certainly darkened as she aged, didn’t she? I didn’t even realize it was the same snake. What sort of male did you pair her with?

@altopythons Gorgeous!

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@the_rotten1 Its insane how dark she got. We played it safe to see if she was a morph and paired her to a Super Vanilla Hypo.

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I want more single gene cinnies like my girl. She’s so dark

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I must say this girl is one of my favorites here at MME!

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That snake with those eyes…wow.



Corbin dallas, the pewterbelly.

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@the_rotten1
Here are the pics of her first clutch (not including the single gene Vanilla that hatched as well) The pairing was her to a super Vanilla hypo

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Yeah, those definitely look cinnamon. Very nice examples too.

I don’t have any straight-up cinnamons, but I have one clutch just finished shedding and another incubating from my fire pewter boy. Here’s some of his babies so far:


Enchi pewter


Fire enchi pewter (looks more orange in person)


And a sterling from last year

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Here’s my homebred CinnySugar as a baby and as an adult, sat on her second clutch.

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Sterling spotnose het puzzle

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Here’s my cinnamon boy. He has a very original name: Cinny. :joy: He didn’t want to stay still for his pics either lol

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New hatchling (not had first shed yet), cinny champagne

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