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    White Diamond

    How much does a white diamond ball Python sell for ad how rare are they?






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    I'm not sure how much they are but I've never seen one at a show. So probably a good amount. You'll have to look at the large breeders small breeders may not have what is needed to produce them.
    Please do ample amount of research and have a backup account for emergency costs before purchasing any pet.

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    Blue eyed leucistic is a white diamond. Found one for $1100.00 in vmsherp.com however its the only one I found. do your research about them. The white diamond is vin Russia of cuttingedgeherp.com line I believe.
    Please do ample amount of research and have a backup account for emergency costs before purchasing any pet.

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    Re: White Diamond

    Thank you

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    Re: White Diamond

    You could always pick up a pair of Mojaves and make a BEL I am getting a female for $200, I have not priced out a male yet. Since I am getting a 2012 female I have a couple years to find a male. I am guessing they are $100-$150. So for $300 ish you can produce your own when you get your female large enough. BEL (blue eyed leustic) is a super mojave 2 mojave genes.
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    Re: White Diamond

    Other combos that make a blue or black eyed leustic:
    Super Mojave
    Super fire
    Super Honey
    Super Lesser
    Super sulfur
    Butter lesser
    Butter Mojave
    Fire sulfur
    Russo(recessive trait)
    lesser mojave
    Super butter
    Super flame
    It's amazing how many combos can produce an all white snake.
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    Re: White Diamond

    BEL seem to be declining in price I heard from a good friend he saw one at the last expo for around $ 600 a mojaveXmojave BEL they typically have purplish heads crossing a mojaveXlesser gives you of course two different genes and cleaner white if im correct. There's a couple blue eyed lucy complex genes that will work together ^_^

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    I had no idea how many combos make them! I was going to look for a male mojo, but I think i'm going too look for a lesser instead. I really love what the gene does to the patteren. My female mojo(picking her up in a week and half) is 300grams ish so I have lots of time to figure out what I want to do with her.
    If I where to produce a BEL it would be a keeper
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    Re: White Diamond

    Producing one of those is on my list ^_^ but pastel ivories is a closer project haha have the snakes just need my little yellowbelly girl grow to breeding size.

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    Re: White Diamond

    Susan you are absolutely correct, the white diamond is BEL complex. However the only way to make a true "White diamond" is by obtaining a pair of Het Russo's.. Either at the end of the day it's simply a BEL...Mocha's are also BEL complex morphs, this is the specific gene that I am currently working on.
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