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Onelifegecs

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Imma new breeder and bred a Mack snow with a rainwater albino these are the two hatchlings I got. The second one looks like a Mack snow and didn’t surprise me. But the first one looks more like a super snow hatchling which doesn’t make any sense to me as two Mack snows are need to make a super snow. Is this a Mack snow albino or am I missing something here. I thought I had my research 100% but I am in fact stumped here.
 

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Neither is an albino because they both have black pigment. If they hatched white and black, they are both snows. The one with fewer markings is likely a hypo (few spots) stripe snow. I assume they are at least a month old or more because they're both yellowing up. A super snow would hatch silver colored with no markings and will eventually develop somewhat dense black stripes.

Aliza
 

Onelifegecs

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Neither is an albino because they both have black pigment. If they hatched white and black, they are both snows. The one with fewer markings is likely a hypo (few spots) stripe snow. I assume they are at least a month old or more because they're both yellowing up. A super snow would hatch silver colored with no markings and will eventually develop somewhat dense black stripes.

Aliza
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