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I'm not sure but I think he is a sky blue single factor violet. I will be able to know for sure when he is finished molting. His parents where normal single factor violet and normal sky blue from what I was told, and his brother was normal sky blue. So can anyone tell me if I'm correct in guessing Prince's mutation?

 

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Can't really tell from the photo, could you take a shot from the front
 

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Oh its a hard one. Will be surprising to see if he
has a grey factor. His tail looks a aqua deep green in the
pic then his body is blue. His yellow cheeks are cute.
Sorry if I didnt help much
 

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I don't know, but he looks like he is a single factor sky blue but i could be way off.
All i know is that he is extremely adorable :)
 

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It could be grey, but its unlikely given the blue tail. Looks like you have a sky blue with what is known as chest barring (or frontal barring). This will likely grow out after the first moult. As for the violet factor, i cant really see it in the photo but putting him next to a definate normal sky blue will show you for sure.
 

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Im HOPELESS with the violet factor! cant detect it at all..well mabey a little bit:p
 

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He looks alot like my Jasper when he was a baby.

Some pictures:


Next to my single factor skyblue violet:

As you can see he also had the chest barring and he was not quite skyblue. He lost the barring after his first moult and he became a normal skyblue shade.

Here's him after the moult:


I don't know if that helps..

-Corina
 
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