My New BP**

Discussion in 'Ball Pythons' started by ashcrowz, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. ashcrowz

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    Well just picked this little guy up at the reptile show in arlington tx today...hes a pastel..=] hes my first one and I'm really excited..so feel free to give some tips...his name is Aurora( I know its girly but oh well.. hes really colourfull with yellow and orange)[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  3. lil_shy_aries

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    hello ashcrows
    I just saw your pics of the baby , have to say he is awsome looking. i hope you enjoy him , hope he eats soon ..
    I'm from Odessa/Midland. moved to M.I six years ago
     
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  5. Crazy4Herps

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    Very nice pastel! Almost looks like a super! :)
     
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  7. lil_shy_aries

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    I have a question. I will let the room know, it might help ya'll have some more patience for me. I am colored blind.
    but when I saw this baby snake. it looked like a bumble bee?
    would someone call it and tell us if I am wrong and if I am. could someone show me the difference this would be great
    since I'm still learning the different types of the hundreds of them out there.
    shanna please dont take this as I was calling you out. just trying to learn the different types.
    thank you
    shy
     
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  9. Crazy4Herps

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    Hi Shy. A bumblebee ball python is a cross between a pastel and a spider. This snake does not have the spider pattern, so it is just a pastel.
     
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  11. lil_shy_aries

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    thanks herps.
    I'm trying to learn the different types.
    thanks for setting me straight
    shy
     

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