First Produced By: David Turcotte
First Produced In: 2005
Last Updated: 2023-11-19
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They have a dark purple tongue and eyes.
Lavenders hatch with a red tint but the red fades away as they age leaving a lavender color behind.
Their colors seem to range from silver with a purple/red tint surrounding their saddles, washed out golden brown, and soft greys with purple hues. Often, regardless of their “color”, red tinting can be found along the sides of saddles. 
Lavender Bellies often have a diluted color when compared to the black belly of a normal hognose, which results in the deep purple color. Their speckles seem to be consistently white, though it could potentially be a very soft yellow. 
No known proven lines