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Pale ghost, possibly Silver Queen?

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Posted by: Shiari at Fri Jan 31 00:22:22 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Shiari ]  
   

This gal was a breeder for a local mom'n'pop store that was the place I got my very first corn snake. I first saw her last year and fell in love, but the owner wasn't interested in selling. But then when I wandered in today I saw her and she was only $30. His store has a hard time selling the gray-things so she and a bunch of aneries were up and discounted.

She is the prettiest ghost I've ever seen and I lurves her. She's quite docile too, which is nice.

Anyways, I'm half thinking she's from silver queen stock because of her pale colors and the almost complete lack of yellow. She has only the tiniest touch of yellow on her nose, cheeks, and right behind her jaw.

She needs a name! D:








Lookit how barely-there her belly checkers are, too.




And the extent of her yellow is thus:


   

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