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hi all i've found a royal python for sale it's from a spider and pastel breeding it's hi gold with very reduced pattern he is sub adult and going for £200.00 is this a good price and what would you get if you breed him to the same female :?: :?: :?:
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royal python

What do you mean by wild type royal as far as the price I was just looking for a guide to what these go for as I have never owned a morph?
It's a really nice looking royal but a lot of money for a normal
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CaseyM said:
A wild type royal from a spider to pastel breeding is just that, a wild type normal royal.

If you bred this male to a female normal from a spider X pastel breeding you would get all normals as both parents are normals.

Spider X Pastel = spiders, pastels, normals and bumblebee if i remember rightly...

As for the price i dont feel its my place to comment on other peoples prices so sorry but cant help there.
 

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i hope this worked trying to put a pic of royal on to see what you think of him, he does look like he is carring the genes but as i said this would be my first royal in the morphs. I would like to know what you all think :?: :?:

Thanks again

Chris

scarlettvegetable said:
Just for comparison...I recently bought an adult male Hi Gold royal...He is stunning, absolutely gorgeous colours bright bright gold on a jet black base...He was £50.

I also have a female that is the same. I bought her as a baby and she was £80 from a shop nearly 2 years ago.

The Spider and Pastel morphs are co dominant, which means if they arent expressing that colour or pattern, they dont carry the gene. So breeding two spider x pastel siblings together would result in normal babies. Although if the adults are particularly bright, you may get some nice coloured/patterned babies, but these wouldnt be a morph, just a variation on the wild patterns/colours. In order to get a pastel or spider, you need to have a visual pastel or spider parent.

Hope that helped a lil bit :lol:
 
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