Mostly white but not 100%

I realize no matter how much white or lack thereof that pied parents have it never dictates the amount of white the babies will have.

Is there a gene I can add to a pied pairing to increase the white but not get a 100% white snake?

Yes spied ( Spider pieds) would be a good choice. It will give you an white snake with just a head pattern. In some cases they will be all white ( White weddings).

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Thank you for the help!

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I second spieds. I hatched out a 98% white spider pied with only a small brown spot on his head. Legit looks like Trump’s hair piece :joy::joy::joy: so named him Trump.

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Hahhaha thank you

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Cinny Pied makes high whites as well.

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Hi scosta56. I like spiders. Spider was the 1st morph I purchased. Curious, how do you identify the spider gene being present?

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Thank you, I’ll definitely make a note of that, I’ve been trying to get spider out of my collection so this information helps a lot.


Pewter Pied

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Pewter Enchi Pied

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Spider produces high white animals. Some have just the head colored while others can be solid white also called white weddings. One trick I learned I forget from where sorry was put a light near a potential spider combo look at the pupils they will light up red. He also has a slight wobble which we all know is tied to spider.

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Black pastel if I remeber correctly.

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This is a recently hatched baby pied right? White wedding?

The animal directly above is a Super Cinny Pied, possible Urban Camo, possible Mojave.

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Ohhh ok I was way off thanks

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