Baby Diamond Python ID

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  1. Gusbus

    Gusbus Well-Known Member

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    nice little diamond. should look good when its matures
     
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    I haven't tried ring flash. Most of the time I just use a bounce flash reflector for my macro shots.
     
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    if you got it from camo u shouldnt be worried, i have been buying reptiles off camo for the past 4-5 years and he never lets me down, great bloke
     
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    cement Subscriber Subscriber APS Veteran

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    These are all 100% pure diamond hatchlings. Been breeding them for years.
    You won't know how it is going to turn out until it does.

    No need for the peanut gallery speculation on these snakes ok, they are guaranteed 100% pure.
     

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    What are the reasons for people saying it will turn out like a great diamond? I do not have a lot of experience in this but from my one experience of a cross breed diamond/coastal my snake looked very plain as a hatchy and the pattern did not really change as it got older but the colours really came in as it got older and I was just wondering how people know this from looking at a hatchy
     
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