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Not a ball but could this be piebald????????


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Posted by chondro788 on May 02, 2003 at 12:25:08:

In Reply to: Not a ball but could this be piebald???????? posted by leeherps on May 02, 2003 at 11:22:21:

:Hi all. This is a boa but I could not think of anyone better to ask than ball python breeders. I dont know much about the piebald gene but I was wondering your thought on this dum. She has white scales on her bottom jaw. She does not show any white scales anywhere else though. Have any of you seen this before? Is this common? Thank you, Lee


Lee,
That is a small white (even looks scaleless) spot on the underside of the throat of all Dumerils Boas. I have noticed it on every Dumerils I have ever seen, but I'm not sure why they have it. Someone else may be able to explain why they are like this.
Jason





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