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    Question Help me ID Fig!

    I’ve been calling her a patternless, as she doesn’t have typical markings. But she does have light speckles throughout, but they’re not bold like I would consider Dalmatian spots.
    Any ideas?

    *First & last Photos are Most Recent, other two are almost a year ago but she hasn’t changed other than getting more Orange.
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    I'd go with patternless.

    Here's a good morph guide:
    https://www.pangeareptile.com/store/...rph-guide.html
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    Patternless phantom pin. You can see the raised dorsal pinning if you blow the picture up. Its cute!
    lets just say I have a lot of stuff
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    I agree with Sublime Reptiles with a phantom pin. She’s very pretty!
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