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RE: Burm or a ball?

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Posted by: anthill at Sun Mar 19 15:58:52 2017  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by anthill ]  
   

Yes, there is. Overall the head shape between the two is different. It is like looking at a Pitbull and a Great Dane.
You can simply use the book "Complete Ball Python" or an even better choice would be the book "Pythons of the World, Vol II: BALL PYTHONS" which will show diagrams on head scale pattern size and count between a few species.

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Anthony Wrenn
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