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Our Breeders - Ball Pythons

Albino Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for Amelanism, a recessive trait. The first of the designer Ball Pythons and the snake that started it all! So unusual they don't even look real until they move. Brilliant yellow blotches on white, although some strains may fade as adults. We are focusing on producing specimens with clean solid yellow markings.

Blue-Eyed Leucistic Ball Python (Python regius)

A number of mutations, among them Mojave and Lesser Platinum, have proven to be allelic. Breeding any two of them together will create a 'Super' form which is a startling solid white to off-white snake with stunning blue eyes. The specimen illustrated here is heterozygous for Mojave and Lesser Platinum, two codominant traits. This combo is said to be one of the whitest forms.

Hypo Mojave Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for Ghost Hypo, a recessive trait and heterozygous for Mojave, a codominant trait. As with every mutation, adding Hypo just seems to make things better! This is certainly the case with Hypo Mojaves, and these have the added benefit of being able to create stunning Hypo Super Mojaves, one of the whitest Blue-Eyed Leucistics available.

Ivory Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for Yellow-Belly, a codominant trait. This unique morph superficially resembles a dark-eyed Leucistic, but closer examination reveals a faint yellow stripe along the dorsum and odd yellow mottling on the tail.

Mimosa Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for "Orange Ghost" Hypomelanism, a recessive trait and Champagne, a codominant trait. Completely lacking any true black pigment in the epidermal layers, with traces remaining in some of the deeper layers. When combined with the near patternless Champagne trait, the colors really shine! These are simply stunning snakes...

Mojave Ball Python (Python regius)

Heterozygous for Mojave, a codominant trait. Yet another incomplete dominant mutation, with the homozygous form being a unique ghostly patterned variant of Blue-Eyed Leucistic known simply as the Super Mojave Ball. It should be noted that a large number of morphs have proven to be allelic to Mojave, including Russo, Lesser Platinum, and Butter, among others. Breeding any two of these types together will produce a 'Super' form, all of which are loosely termed 'Blue-Eyed Leucistics'.

Super Mojave Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for Mojave, a codominant trait. The homozygous form of Mojave is one variant of Blue-Eyed Leucistic known simply as the Super Mojave Ball. Unique among the BEL clade as being slightly more patterned than others, with traces of head and eye pattern visible, and a faint silver-yellow wash along the mid-dorsum. Very valuable to have in your breeder's toolkit, as every snake produced by one will be a Mojave!