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    Please help me identify wait morph this baby is the person I got it from said it was a blazing but I'm not sure with its two solid black eyes. Also it hard to tell in the photo but she/he is darker in color than the normal white for blizzards. Thank you so much for any help you guys can give and sorry the pics are upside down.

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    Looks like a blizzard. They can vary from white to gold to pale lavender and a single blizzard can be all of those colors at different times. If it truly is a "blazing blizzard" that would mean it's an albino blizzard. If it has solid black eyes, I would guess that it's an eclipse as well, though I may have heard that some non-eclipse blizzards have solid black eyes (not sure about that).

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    So I took a closer look at his/her eye and found that one eye is solid black while the other is 75% snake eye. Does this help in determining whether it is a Blizzard or a Blazing (I saw no red in the eye only silver and black in that last 25% of the eye).

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    blazing would have red eyes. Blizzard lizards are known for popping out offspring with "eclipse" eyes that are random and non-compatible with the actual eclipse gene (causes either solid or snake-eyes). The other trait that rules out blazing is that he's gray. If he were blazing (albino blizzard), his gray would be white.

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