GHI Mahogany Spotnose Het Clown

Ball Python Baby/Juvenile
Python regius

ID: M220703

Pairing was GHI YB Spotnose Clown X Super Mahogany

Eats great on FT and is a great male for the darker Clown projects.

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GHI Mahogany Spotnose Het Clown

Ball Python Baby/Juvenile
Python regius


Birth: September 2022
Weight: 168g
Diet: Frozen/Thawed Rat

Payments: Credit Card, Debit Card, PayPal Goods & Services, PayPal Friends & Family, Venmo, Zelle, Cashier's Check, Wire Transfer, Cash View More
Shipping: Free
Offers: Firm Price

Animal ID: M220703
First Posted: 11/23/22
Last Renewed: 03/01/23
Last Updated: 03/01/23

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We fully guarantee all Recessive / Heterozygous animals and correct gender.
Because of the increasing complexity of Ball Python combos, we can not 100% guarantee accuracy of Incomplete Dominate (Co-dom) genes in our animals, however we try to ID them as best as possible and disclose possible IDs.
Animals are guaranteed to arrive to buyer alive and in good health condition.
All animals are guaranteed to be eating frozen thawed on a regular basis before shipping.

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If the destination or origin is between 92 degrees and 100 degrees, we will only drop off/ship from a FedEx Hub and will use a coolpack.
If the destination or origin is over 100 degrees, we will not ship under any circumstances as it is not worth the risk.
We also will not ship if the temperature at the origin or destination is below 38 degrees.

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About Sigma Serpents

I have always been fascinated with reptiles, specifically snakes. I am currently working primarily with ball pythons but am looking to expand into other species such as Carpet Pythons as well as the Antaresia genus. With ball pythons, I am focusing on the darker genes working with simple recessives currently.

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