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My snake is more patternless than yours.

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Posted by: Shiari at Thu May 15 21:42:00 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Shiari ]  
   

So there I was at the local reptile show with a friend and before the show started I checked out the corns that other sellers had. And at one table, was this cute little patternless critter that had garnet eyes with an overlay of a blue-ish sheen to the iris. I looked at him and asked "Hypo lavender stripe?" and they said "Nope, blizzard!" ... "But he's got dark eyes." ... "No, see, the pupil is ruby so he's a blizzard." I didn't argue further, especially as they had a bog standard amel listed as a butter, but popped back to my table and told my friend what I'd found. She took a peek and agreed with my assessment so after my first snake sold, I went back and nabbed him. He's got a moderate kink halfway down, but it's hard to notice unless he's slithering over something. Doesn't bother him at all and he eats like a champ.

So here is Blizzard, a completely patternless striped critter that I suspect *must* be a hypo lavender.

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Who else here has some completely or nearly completely patternless stripes? I want to see!


   

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