Drippy

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First Produced In: Unknown

Availability: Higher

Last Updated: 2021-11-27

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Drippy is not a trait. If we are going to use the word trait we should refer to the genetic description of a trait just like in other reptile communities. Drippy is tied to the snowflake gene, the 2 colors we see from it Orange and cream are a result of the Harlequin and or Tangerine gene influencing that part of those traits. Drippy is a description of how the traits developed. [1]

A lighter dorsal is a key component to Drippys as the dorsal drips down onto the upper laterals, creating a ‘Drippy’ effect. Drippy is most commonly seen in Harlequins, Extreme Harlequins, Tricolours, Extreme Tricolours, Pinstripe morphs & Lilly Whites. [2]

Nothing will be only Drippy, there will always be something with the Drippy.

History

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Appearance

Head

The head is unaffected.

Body

A lighter dorsal is a key component to a Drippy as the dorsal drips down onto the upper laterals, creating a ‘Drippy’ effect. Drippy is most commonly seen in Harlequins, Extreme Harlequins, Tricolours, Extreme Tricolours, Pinstripe morphs & Lilly Whites.

Belly

The belly is unaffected.

Tail

The tail is unaffected.

Proven Lines

No known proven lines.

Related Traits

Orange, Cream

Combos

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