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Finally we produced some ultramel charcoal motleys and some blizzard motleys. Here are some clutch shots.
Produced from our male Serpenco blizzard motley het butter and our own female ultramel het caramel charcoal motley. Alot of firsts for us including these being our first F2s. Thanks for looking!
First two are pics of the male ultramel charcoal motley. He is much lighter than the female (yes a pair!) and the ultramel charcoals we've produced.
The third pic is of the female ultramel charcoal motley.
And the last is a pic of a male blizzard motley from the clutch (there is at least a pair out of the five blizzards in the clutch).
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