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    Pearl garter snakes

    Hi, I see a lot of controversy over the existence of piebald garter snakes. So I'm here to unveil the up and coming pearl plains garters. That do exist, can be reproduced, and will be available soon

    Its more of a Lucy than a pied, but honestly it could be considered in either category. But its nicer than the Lucie's that do exist and are reproduced, and its nicer than any of the one time pieds that have popped up that weren't reproduceable.

    Im having trouble color to pop like it does in person through pic but their faces are, red/pink/lavender purply pearly, bellies are pearl colored and sheaned. On a white background with clear distinct edges between the brown patterning and the white, no fading. Soon I'll have a new screen for my old phone or better lighting and I'll post some of my older pics and some new pics under better lighting but for now!...
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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Very cool. Julio is working with that line I think. I wish they were easterns!!
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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Yep! He will have them available well before me! Lol
    Im probably not really expecting any until next year, I'm just hyped about how fast the male is growing. Only 4 1/2 months old already about 12" long

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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Best of luck with them!!

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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Amazing, but they look similar to the snow plains with aberrant coloration. Very interesting.
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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Thanks guys!

    And Albert, yeah when I first saw a snow plains I thought it was a Lucy! Lol so patternless! Julio's big female has more pattern than this one. I think two of the pics I posted are actually his but one doesn't come up very good on my device.

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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Here is a pic of the big female with a fresh shed....shes currently brumating...

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    Re: Pearl garter snakes

    Oh man! She's so fat! Looking great Julio! Holy crap, she looks like an eastern now! Lmao

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    Wow! I can definitely see the difference in Julio's animal with more of a leucistic coloration and the smaller ones appearing more blizzard than snow. Very nice.
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