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    Morphs

    Does anyone else on here keep boa morphs? If so what do you have?!






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    Re: Morphs

    Well I recently found out my boa is a jungle, but she's not that apparent!
    -Kat

    The family:
    1.2.0 Leopard geckos (Bubba, Freckle, Speckle)
    1.0.0 Ball Python (Maru)
    0.1.0 Common Boa (Nagini)
    0.1.0 Cockatiel (Bella)
    0.1.1 Pacman Frog (Guacamole, Chimichurri)

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    Re: Morphs

    Jungles are sweet, I plan on mixing that into my motley at some point, that is one of my favorite pattern morph combos. My top is a motleybesque (motley and arabesque)

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    Re: Morphs

    You know, I've been looking for weeks trying to find a picture of a junglexmotley, but I can't seem to find anything on them. Except a forum post about people who don't like them, lol!
    -Kat

    The family:
    1.2.0 Leopard geckos (Bubba, Freckle, Speckle)
    1.0.0 Ball Python (Maru)
    0.1.0 Common Boa (Nagini)
    0.1.0 Cockatiel (Bella)
    0.1.1 Pacman Frog (Guacamole, Chimichurri)

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    Re: Morphs

    Go to kingsnake.com then classifieds, then albino and morphs under boas. Josh ketchum has one listed for sale. The jungle just makes the motley paten abnormal, usually resulting in striped tails. The female he has on their is a very nice example. Just use the search engine on their site and probably just search his name, I don't think there is more than his on their right now

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    Re: Morphs

    Just checked, its not there. Check boasandballs.com they had a few 2010's available earlier

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    Re: Morphs

    Very interesting! Thanks for the link. I would enjoy seeing a super jungle to a motley, that could do some funky stuff
    -Kat

    The family:
    1.2.0 Leopard geckos (Bubba, Freckle, Speckle)
    1.0.0 Ball Python (Maru)
    0.1.0 Common Boa (Nagini)
    0.1.0 Cockatiel (Bella)
    0.1.1 Pacman Frog (Guacamole, Chimichurri)

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    Re: Morphs

    Super jungles are very difficult to breed, for a long time they were thought to be sterile, only a few people have done so successfully. they would still only produce jungles and jungle motleys... If you want crazy, jungle to jungle motley or jungle motley to jungle motley could produce super jungle motleys. Then you are talking abberancies!

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