Show off your Co-dominant morphs

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  1. impulse reptiles

    impulse reptiles Suspended Banned

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    Official ''Reduced Pattern Morelia/morph'' thread....
    Show off your Co-dominant morphs right here

    anyone breeding this season? 8)
     
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    here is my little one
     

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    driftoz Well-Known Member

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    that looks awsome love the star look pattern on his head
     
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    cool good[Q
     
  5. Nice one mate. That head pattern is a definite keeper and when the remaining two or so saddles break apart, he's gonna be a real nice looking snake.

    I believe you have a pic of one of her older siblings too, would love to see a pic?
     
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    impulse reptiles Suspended Banned

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    Funny gunny ,what makes that the official term? Using the word morelia just makes it more clear for everyone on the forum. Cheers mate.
     
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    Why dont you ask SXR as thats where the term has come from and what they are sold as.
     
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    Nice Jag Byron moses
     
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    thanks turtle i see so many people have comments in a thread about rpm's but no one seems to have any lol. thanks for the comment wayne ill try dig up some other pics
     
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    Some of ours next to a nice jungle:
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    Looks gravid.....?
    like some of her bub's
     
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    Mojo73,
    that is the most amazing python I have seen. Let me know when you have offspring.
     
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    Ditto for me Mojo73!
     
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    Two different snakes there mojo. Very nice. Very distinct head patterns
     
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    mungus, james_scott and dallas > mojo is in the UK and not in Australia.
     
  18. wow, nice work guys
     
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    Carpetpythons.com,

    They are the first pics I have seen of any of the offspring I produced last season. Nobody sends me pics to let me know how they are going. Starting to show some good colour considering they are only 9 months old. Thanks for sharing.....

    I will take some new pics of the CARAMEL holdbacks and some of the other RPM/JAGs and post up ASAP.....
     
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    Looks like I'm still gonna have to wait until our aussie jags catch up then. By the look of things it won't be too long. Good work guys!
     
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