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Posted by carol on May 01, 2003 at 15:23:00:
In Reply to: Pastel Striped Motley questions... posted by Bammer on May 01, 2003 at 13:18:47:
To most breeders, a pastel striped motley is the same as a ghost striped motley. So you are dealing with and an animal that is an anery and a hypomelanistic that also has the striped motley pattern. If the snow is not het for anything, you will get all anerys from this pairing. A lot of the breeders at the top of this page breed these.
Here is a pic of an 02 male, he has much more pink in him now though.
:I am going to get a corn(I had 6 at one time, but have none now). I saw a picture of one these snakes from Pewter a couple posts down. I wanted to know, who breeds these? Here are my genetic questions... What makes a pastel? The snake that was pictured by Pewter was grey.. does that mean it has annery in it? My friend has a snow, and I wanted a darker snake to breed to it. My choices are the Pastel striped motley, a regular annery A, a motley annery A (hurricane), or motley pastel.. the pastels are really pretty...
:and if any one has pics of these snakes, that would be great too! Thanks in advance