T+ Pygmy Python?

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  1. Amazing Amazon

    Amazing Amazon <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Amaz

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    What does everyone think of this Pygmy Python?

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    Mr.James Very Well-Known Member

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    wow! :shock:

    Was this bred in Australia?
     
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    Not sure what is but i want one!
     
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    Only one . Would take a handful. Lol

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    Woahhh I'll take it!

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  6. Leasdraco

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    Unfortunately its a bit of a waiting game to see if the hatchy darkens with age, but you may well have a special animal there.
     
  7. Certainly looks T+ from that pic. Congrats.
     
  8. yellowbeard

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    It looks like you have a T+ Pygmy Python to add to your T+ Stimson's Python, good work AA!

    BTW how much are the T+ Stimson's Pythons and the Granite Spotted Pythons?
     
  9. Amazing Amazon

    Amazing Amazon <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Amaz

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    The special Pygmy python was bred in Melbourne.

    The Granite pair sold.

    Anyone interested in genuine T+ Albino Stimson pythons please send us a PM.
     
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    looks T- to me
     
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    Wow thats amazing pure T+ stimsons, pure T+ pygmy pythons wont be long till you crack the pure T+ spotteds hey?
     
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    The eyes are a dead give away that it isn't T-. Looks T+ to me. Congrats.
     
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    Sorry zack 13 mayb a stupid question but how are the eyes differ between t- and t + ?
     
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    T- is amelanistic or what most people call albino. So the eyes also lack melanin and will be a pinkish sort of colour.

    Cool snake AA. I hope you're onto something
     
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    Cheers for that always learning awesome looking animal
     
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    I noticed that but looks way to orange to be T+ maybe it will look more T+ after a shed or maybe its something like a "coral glow" in the ball python morphs. Maybe it's just the picture.
     
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    As far as I know T+ is as rare as T-
    We have had very few T- animals produced in oz.
    dosn't everyone find it odd that it's perfect timing for all these so called T+ stimys and Pygmy pythons to be turning up? I produced T+ childreni cross Macs last year, the hets I have (childreni cross Mac) look like pure Macs! It'll be interesting to see how big this T+ "Pygmy" gets lol
     
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    Yep exactly my point ha ha!
     
  20. zulu

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    So your saying the pygmys can turn into harlem globe trotters !
     

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