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Morph: Barnhart Black Pastel Yellowbelly
Hatch Date: 10/2010
Weight: 1096 grams
Prey: Live Rats
Clutch ID: bp14-20
I’ve been slacking off on producing het clown stuff for the past few years but I’m finally moving in the right direction! In addition to the enchi het clowns I hatched out earlier this season, I just hatched out a male Barnhart black pastel yellowbelly and a female Barnhart black pastel — both het for clown! 😀
Clutch number two is fully hatched! The pairing was Barnhart black pastel yellowbelly X lesser. Final tally is 1.0 black pastel yellowbelly lesser, 2.0 black pastel lessers, 1.0 black pastel yellowbelly, 0.1 black pastel, 0.1 lesser yellowbelly, and 1.0 lesser. A little male heavy, but I’m still pretty happy with the turnout! As a result, most of this clutch will be available once they start eating.
These are a couple of Barnhart line black pastels that were produced from my Barnhart line black pastel yellowbelly male. They’re the same age, though the female is slightly larger. I wonder if this is just natural variation in the black pastel gene or if it could be due to the elusive third gene that is suspected to cause the extreme look in the Barnhart black pastel yellowbelly combo?