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    Re: Banana ball python

    I am pretty sure there are more than a few adults around. on this page there is a banana clown which is a recessive. And that was in 07'.

    http://www.exoticsbynature.com/07tinleyphotos.html

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    Re: Banana ball python

    Quote Originally Posted by panthercz View Post
    I completely agree that as of now they are the holy grail of morphs. I honestly cannot think of a better looking snake that isn't a combo morph. That fact that these are a base morph is just amazing.

    You have to love this snake and all it's potential.


    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Me wants one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Banana ball python

    wow thats is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Banana ball python

    I think the original banana import was a female and was first bred to a clown so that combo came about fairly early. Also, there wasn't a reported male for the first several years of production so that would have greatly slowed down the project. However there is some talk that NERD's white smoke/coral glow may be the same thing and I've read even less about what is going on with that project. Hopefully these awesome snakes will start to be more available soon and also we'll find out if there is a super or not.

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    Re: Banana ball python

    Thanks Chris for posting my little stud! People love the Banana gene hands down. It is the most desirable morph out there. Who knows how many exist at this time. According to rumors everyone has them!

    Brock

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    Re: Banana ball python

    Quote Originally Posted by Brock Wagner View Post
    Thanks Chris for posting my little stud! People love the Banana gene hands down. It is the most desirable morph out there. Who knows how many exist at this time. According to rumors everyone has them!

    Brock
    Brock, you have got the life Bro. Crider Caramels or Ultramel (or whatever you want to call them) and Banana Balls in the racks must be great feeling. Two of the most kick ass projects.
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    Re: Banana ball python

    so cool...
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    Re: Banana ball python

    Albey I wish I had the life! It is nice to see all of my hard work pay off and make for a great collection. I have worked hard to get here! Now I just can't wait to make some new crosses with these new morphs!

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    Re: Banana ball python

    @ Brock!
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    Re: Banana ball python

    I guess I may be the only person who thinks that is one of the uglier ball python morphs out there... NO offense to everyone who likes them!!! it's cool but it's not for me in my opinion, a good looking bumblebee rules the ball python world!

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