Clutch #1 Has some weird stuff going on

Clutch #1: Coral Glow Pied X Het Pied. Still trying to figure out why these are coming out silver and black. Not sure about the father but I produced the mother and am 95% sure she isn’t Het Axanthic. Produced a silver and black snake last year from the same father but a different mother. At a year old, that snake is still very unusual for the pairing but isn’t silver anymore.

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That bottom left one in particular is a real beauty! Will be interesting to see if it maintains (de-)coloration.

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It sure looks like both parents are Het Ax. I’ve produced clowns from an animal that I produced that shouldn’t have been het clown. But apparently somewhere down the line a parent of someone was het clown without knowing. Very lucky and nice surprise

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The one on the right looked exactly like the one on the left last year but looks nothing like an Axanthic now.

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Really Interesting clutch

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Yes it is, hope to prove it genetic. Have two more clutches in the incubator from the same father.

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It’s very interesting! Please do let us know how the other clutches turn out =)

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Yes, I will do that.

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Wow! That is a huge change! I wonder if there is a color-change morph that is yet undiscovered?

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Looking forward to seeing the “after” pic next year for this clutch to see if they change too!

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Could be like the calicos in retics, they change when they hit maturity.

That’s amazing, work the project don’t sell em ! Could be an amazing new gene

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