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Ball Pythons

Ball Pythons (Python regius)

We have a good collection of Ball Python morphs and anticipate producing the following plus a whole bundle of Hets and double hets. This is a small example of some on the base snakes we are working from. The list of combo's goes on. We will update this page regular with some resultant offspring pics.!



Pied Ball Pythons

Piebalds were the Ball Python that started the whole investment morph thing off back in 1997!  The great thing about Piebalds is that no two are the same.  We have gone to great lengths select our adult stock and they consist of High White individuals. The Piebald trait is simple recessive.

 
 
Albino Ball Pythons

Albino Ball Pythons are still amongst the most sought after of morphs.  They still represent a good investment snake, due to their reproductive nature.  Our specimens are all of the High Yellow variety.  Albino's are the product of a simple recessive trait.  Possible combo's include; Albino Spiders, Albino Pied's, Albino Axanthic's (Snow), Albino Pastel's, etc....

Albino Ball

 

 
 
Super Enchi Ball Pythons

In 2003, Lars Brandell of Sweden, produced his first Super Enchi Pastel Jungle Balls, as a result of mating his Enchi Pastels together.  Super's differ from Enchi's in many ways; dark fields decreased approximately 50%, eyes are lighter as is the tongue. Also the head markings are different.  The coloration on Super's is more intense than on straight Enchi's.  As with Enchi's, Super's are completely different to other Pastel and Super Pastel lines. As a co-dominant trait, the possible future for new designer morphs is huge. Singerbee's just the start?!

Super Enchi Pastel

 

 
 
Enchi Ball Pythons

Enchi Pastel Jungle Balls are incomparable to other Pastel Jungles.  Their colouration and markings are outstanding and are already producing a new wave of designer morphs.  The Enchi is a co-dominant genetic trait founded by Lars Brandell of Sweden 2002.  They get just more and more beautiful as they grow, from warm orange to bright yellow, pale yellow to green. Possible combo's include Stinger Bee's (Spider x Enchi), and Super Enchi Jungle Pastels.

Enchi

 

 
 
Spider Ball Pythons

The Spider has minimal pattern, with white & yellow/orange side scales, and a curious black moustache. These Balls are not like any other in their personality, they are very curious and outgoing.  This dominant mutation offers a huge combination of possibilities, including Bumble Bees (Spider x Pastel) and Killer Bees (Spider x Super Pastel), plus a whole host of undiscovered gems. We are currently working with the Enchi (for Stinger Bee) and Super Enchi to Spider matings.

Spider

 

 
 
Mojave Ball Pythons

Mojave's are co-cominant morphs, with oval laterals, creamy yellow in colour. Supers of this morph are Blue Eyed Leucistics! There are a huge range of combo available from this morph, including Pastel Mojave, Mojave Spiders, Crystal Balls, and Mojave Ghosts, to name but a few. We also keep Extreme Mojave's.....see below!

Mojave Ball

 

 
 
Orange Ghost Ball Pythons

We have several forms of Ghost or Hypomelanistic Ball. Ghosts are a simple recessive trait. Breeding with Ghost projects tends to bring out the yellow and orange in designer morphs. There are many combos!

Orange Ghost

 

 
 
Green Ghost Ball Pythons

We have several forms of Ghost or Hypomelanistic Ball. Ghosts are a simple recessive trait. Breeding with Ghost projects tends to bring out the yellow and orange in designer morphs. There are many combos! This is the Green form. Unfortunately the picture does not bring out the green frosting!

Green Ghost

 

 
 
NERD Lemon Pastel Ball Pythons

Being a co-dom trait, they are a useful base ingredient morph for many designers. Although the colouration in Lemon Pastels can be subtle, they do provide great enhancements in colour when bred with other morphs. As a co-dom they can also produce Super Lemon Pastels. We will be attempting breeding to Spiders this season, to get Bumble Bees, and many more combos.

NERD Lemon Pastel

 

 
 
Pinstripe Ball Pythons

Pinstripes are a dominant mutation. They are one of the most striking patterned morphs around. The pattern is very thread like, extending laterally and down the sides. The Pinstripe is the key ingredient to many stunning designer morphs, as well as being superb in their own right. We have several Pinstripes that we are growing on to set up Pinstripe, Spinner and Spinner Blast projects.

Pinstripe

 

 
 
Bumblebee Ball Pythons

Bumble Bee'a are the result of Spider x Pastel matings. We are aiming for more of these stunners this season.

Bumble Bee

 

 
 
Woma Ball Pythons

Woma Ball's or Woma Tiger Balls, on first glance can look like irridescent Spiders. But, when crossed into other morphs, the real potential of Woma Ball show. For example, the Woma Lesser or the Soul Sucker. Both stunning animals with an ´out of this world´ purple coloration and a striped pattern. Woma Ball's carry a hidden gene that can dramatically effect the outcome of many designer morphs.

Woma Ball

 

 
 
Lesser Platty Ball Pythons

Lesser Platty's are a co-dom mutation. Lesser's were originated from the breeding of the original Platty ("Platty Daddy") to a normal. Possibilities exist for Blue Eyed Leucistics, as this is the Super form of breeding two Lesser's together.

Lesser Platty

 

 
 
Tiger Pastel Ball Pythons

Not to be confused with the Woma Tiger Ball, this morph is apparently recessive.

Tiger NERD Lemon Pastel

 

 
 
Silver Streak Ball Pythons

The Silversteak is the result of a Pastel to Pewter. Ours was one of the resultant offspring from a Super Lemon Pastel to a Black Pewter. We are growing on for future projects, as you can imagine they have much potential.

Silverstreak

 
 
Ringer Ball Pythons

Being a co-dom trait, they are a useful base ingredient morph for many designers. Although the colouration in Pastels can be subtle, they do provide great enhancements in colour when bred with other morphs. As a co-dom they can also produce Super Pastels. We will be attempting breeding to Spiders this season, to get Bumble Bees, and many more combos.

Pastel Ball

 

 

 
 
Ringer Ball Pythons

Ringer's look like low white Pied's on first glance. They are dom or co-dom within certain lineage. Much mystery still remains on the genetics of Ringer's.

 

 

 
 
Snow Ball Pythons

For our Snow Ball project we are using double het x double het matings.  This will give us a 1 in 16 chance of producing a Snow.  You get the picture that Snow Balls are a little on the uncommon side!  There are three lines of Snow; Jolliff, The Snake Keeper (TSK) and VPI.  Our line is VPI.  It is generally accepted that the VPI line produces the least pattern and is thus the very best Snow project.  Snow's carry both axanthic and albino genes.  The albino neutralises the dark colouration, and the axanthic knocks off the yellow that is left, hence you have a white snake.

 

 
 
 

 

 
Fiji Banded Iguana's
Spotted Fiji Banded Iguana's
 
This seasons projects
Moonglow Boa

++ This season ++ Blue Eyed Leucy's ++ Silverstreak's ++ Cinn's ++ Black Pastels ++ Lemon Pastels ++ Tiger Pastels ++ Woma's ++ Spider Balls ++ Pastel Balls ++ Sunglow Boas ++ Super Pastels ++ Salmon Boas ++ Albino Boas ++ Albino Balls ++ Pied Balls ++ Lesser Platy's ++ Mojave Balls ++ Ghost Ball's ++ Bumble Bee Balls ++ Red Italian Leatherback Bearded's ++ Cawley Red Flaming Tiger Beardeds ++ Satyrday Red Flaming Tiger Beardeds ++ Red/Green Transluscent Bearded's ++ Belgian Super Orange Florida Beardeds ++ Hypo Pastel Beardeds ++ Leucistic Beardeds ++ Hybino Leopard's ++ Pied Yemen Cham's++ Enchi Pastel Jungle Ball's ++ plus many others!!!! !

 
Red Italian Leatherbacks

Cawley Red Flaming Tiger Leatherback Bearded's

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