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    Those are some hot mamas right there, just gorgeous & very nice patterning. Its almost hatchling time & we're all anxiously awaiting pics! Well at least us reptile people

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    Stil probably a week at least before the first ones. And you wait for pics, but I wait for actual babies!! Far more exciting.....
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    Sounds like fun. I have 3 corns, some are morphs, but I'm uncertain (I think one is normal, another is hypo, and the last is a blood red?) All were cast offs. I don't breed them, but I am anxiously awaiting eggs from my female ball python who was paired with a piebald.
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    Hopefully you'll get some really interesting hatchlings with a piebald in the mix

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    Dragoness: if you have pics, please share! I'm rusty when it comes to ball python morphs, but I might be able to confirm the corn morphs. Bloodreds are just a selective bred line of diffused gene.
    Also, not sure if I mentioned this earlier in the thread, but my male was actually I theorize an escaped or cast out pet that a friend's cat dragged in one day. So he's also a rescue, as are my two dogs.
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    The first egg is hatching!! The baby has not yet exited the egg as of this posting, but has pipped, and it is an amelanistic with lots of orange.
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    The hatchling has left the egg. It is a female amelanistic, with a rather docile temper so far. The following pics are chronologic from the first sign of pipping to her fully out of the egg this morning
    Hatchling, 6/3 pipping by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    Hatchling, 6/3 pipping by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    Hatchling, 6/3 pipping by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    Hatchling, 6/3 pipping by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    Hatchling, 6/3 pipping by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
    First Hatchling, female amelanistic by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    Very pretty! Can't wait to see the rest!
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