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Year of the freak?!

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Posted by: newworldmorphs at Mon Sep 12 00:08:41 2016  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by newworldmorphs ]  
   

2013 I produced this little weirdo from pairing a Frank Martin produced Orangasm Line Jungle TH Moonglow girl to a Dave Savickey Motley TH Moonglow. Every litter that Ive had with this girl ( 3 so far, all with different sires ) have thrown at least one weird looking boa similar to this. The biggest trait passed to all of these offspring have been white patches that grow and intensify over time. This guy has been the most intense since birth and has started getting orange and pink spots and patches with every shed over the years. Recently, I was messaged by a guy I sold a boa from this same girl ( different sire) that produced a crazy looking Leopard/Motley weird looking thing ( I've attached that as well tho it is his boa). Seems like we may have to explore whats going on a little further since its now looking like the offspring of this girl have a potential to throw freak boas as well. To mention as well, the guys boa from me didn't have any of the weird stuff going on with her coloring at all and still doesn't. Anyway... feel free to comment and throw out opinions. Thanks

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