This snake born between male Banana Pewter and female Normal. But I can not identified this morph…
I’m sure it’s not normal, Cinnamon, and etc… maybe it’s recessive gene.
It’s similar with yellow belly complex but any YB complex can not show it’s looks…
Get down to business please let me know what you guessed.
Of course it would be good if it was a new morph, but I know the chances of that happening are slim…
Okay guys thanks for read this paper.
That is a cinnamon, yellow belly type. See all the speckling along the bottom sides, and some of the darker looking flames, and of course it also reacts with the pattern. One of your snakes parents is a yellow belly or in the yb complex. More then likely the banana, because it is hard to see in those type of morphs compared to more normally pigmented types.
You are probably right, not smart to disagree with you. @t_h_wyman
Although it does look a lot like my black pastel, asphalt I produced last season. I produced 2 a male and female the male has your typical heavy dorsal stripe and busy somewhat connected in places black pastel yb like pattern, but the female was a lot different and blotchy. In these always unaltered pics she is dark, and belly a little pink because she is going into shed but other then that looks pretty similar. Although the snake in question looks more extreme almost like it has od in there or something similar.
First three pics of female last pic of more regular patterned male.
Thanks! I wasn’t necessarily trying to produce them, was going for some super Asphalt morphs(which I didn’t get) but liked how the patterns looked and their colors more then I thought I would, so I kept both! Sometimes just a simple 2 gene beats a 5 gene animal in the looks department anyway!
Looks like it has red exantic and black pastel, i can see the Cheerios on the sides and the disruption in pattern , i also see the mahogany or pied rusty brown in there some where, but it’s anybody’s guess.