T+ Pygmy Python?

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  1. the_brad

    the_brad Well-Known Member

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    Something along those lines.. Probably wouldn't be that noticeable tho lol
     
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    Very interesting
     
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    haha brad.... been commenting on your post in Ant Python Lovers......
     
  4. Amazing Amazon

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    Must be translucent as I can't even see it ;)
     
  6. Amazing Amazon

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

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    Genuine T+ Stimsons, no 1/2 breeds here!

    Genuine T+ Stimsons, no 1/2 breeds here
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    T+ Stimsons.jpg
     
  7. jacorin

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    Because i'm a Masochist,could you Pm the prices of the stimmies please mate???? just to put me out of my misery
     
  8. Amazing Amazon

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

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    If you took the time to actually read the post you may realise that we are asking people's thoughts on it and not claiming it as a T+ hence the ?
     
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    That's funny when the thread says T+ Pygmy. But congrats mate I'm not getting into an argument on here.. Cheers Alex
     
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    Amazing Amazon <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Amaz

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    Maybe I should have asked what peoples thoughts are rather than a ?
     
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    It looks like the Pearl perthensis that Henrik Herold/Denmark bred.
     
  12. Amazing Amazon

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    Freshly Shed
    photo (4) pygmy aa.jpg
     
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    image called T+ Stimsons....
    have you got any pics of parents?
     
  14. Amazing Amazon

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

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    Just a typo when I saved it. Normal looking parents. Will post parents when I get a chance. It is not for sale so no PM's please
     
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    This reminds me so much of the little Port Mac I hatched out last season, unfortunately it was very weak and did end up passing away with an enlarged heart. :(

    The colour was exactly the same as what you have there, I hope you have better luck than I did - it looks beautiful!

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    This yearling perthensis was quite light as a hatchie, Not so much as your one pictured. I think you will have a better idea of what's going on with it as a yearling. Might be natural variation or you might have something special, Could be T plus or maybe a hypo.
     

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    Looks T+ to me (I'm no expert) its quite nice seeing more and more possible morphs getting around, congrats to the breeder, hopefully it proves out for them...that stimmy looks amazing!
     
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    Any update on how this little guy is going?
     
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    It's certainly a very nice snake ...
     
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