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Toffee Belly

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Morph Type
Simple Recessive
Morph Information
The Toffee Belly morph is a simple recessive form of T+amelanism. The animals will have a belly color that ranges from toffee color to purple. The ground color is a very light tan with somewhat darker tan blotches. The eyes will have a dark purple pupil, with an amber colored iris. It also tends towards Paradoxing (black spots) which usually improves with each shed. The gene was proven by Raimo Huun.

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