I was taking photos a few days ago, and it seemed like everyone smaller was in shed. The trio above was not all in shed, but one of the females was. This is my trio of double het Albino Pieds. I am taking the longer route in terms of creating and using my own double hets, but I have to say I think it will absolutely be worth the wait in the long run.
I love Albino Pieds, so it will be a great joy to hatch them out from my own visuals.
The female in the top left was in shed, and the others were not. But the more I looked at, the more I found critters that were in shed.
It is very difficult sometimes to identify morphs when they are in shed. The bumblebee was in shed and blue, and the Pastels (yes, those two above the Bumblebee are Pastels) are in deep shed. The pastels are usually very nice looking, although the top left pastel is less yellow than the one on the top right.
So with shed, the color change can be drastic. Here is the Pastel on the top right after her shed.
And the Bumblebee after shed. Now, the last pastel was not out of shed at the time of writing the blog, but she will look a lot better.
Renewed and refreshed is usually how I like to put it. Deeper colors, more rich in tone, and vibrant.
Anyway, I'm looking for more important sheds, such as post and pre-ovulation sheds. Maybe I will catch one sooner rather than later.
Have a fantastic day, my friends.
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