First “lava” morph?

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  1. Herptology

    Herptology Active Member

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    First orange carpet I’ve seen...

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    first results of combining the Moonglow genetics with a polygenic Hyper Melanism found in a Bredli carpet python
     
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    Abstractivity Not so new Member

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    Thats is really beautiful colouring. Holy Cow!
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong it's not a combo of the two. The white one carpet is a hypo axanthic albino (moonglow) and the orange one is a simple Albino form of the hyper melanistic bredli probly a 50% bredli but could be more. Both amazing looking snakes
     
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    You’re probably right, that’s just what I copy pasted from breeders site
     
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    It's really good to see what the albino gene does to a hyper melanistic animal.
     
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