White Snakes for sale
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.
Black Pastel Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Black Pastel, a codominant trait. Still another incomplete dominant mutation, with the super form being a unique solid blackish-brown snake known as the Black Ball or Eight-Ball. A number of interesting morphs have been produced using this mutation in combination with others, the most coveted of which is the Silver Streak Ball. Black Pastels bred to Cinnamons have produced Eight-Balls, so this trait is allelic to Cinnamon.
Black Pewter Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Pastel and Black Pastel, two codominant traits. Combining these two mutations yields an interesting look, a near silver and black hatchling with the busy pattern of a Black Pastel. These are a key ingredient to producing the unbelievable Silver Streak Ball.
Bumblebee Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Pastel, a codominant trait and Spider, a dominant trait. The combination of Spider and Pastel creates the incredibly popular Bumblebee. So named for the high-contrast black and yellow bands, they are gorgeous snakes, far better than either parent! Also an important genetic combination for use in creating even more beautiful snakes, such as the Spinner Bee and Killerbee.
Calico Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Calico, a dominant trait. Hatchlings of this morph are born with small white to pink speckles on the lower sides, similar to those found on Spider Balls. With growth, these thicken and become white in color. While not an extravagant mutation on it's own, it does some rather unique things when present in combination with other mutations, such as Pastel. Recently, claims have been made that 'super' forms have been produced, so perhaps it will prove itself as being codominant in nature.
Champagne Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Champagne, a dominant trait - although a recent odd hatchling from a Champagne x Champagne breeding raises the possibility this is actually a codominant trait. This mutation essentially removes all patterning, and they remind me of Spinners without the pattern. Some spectacular designer morphs have already been produced using Champagne, such as the spectacular Mimosa.
Cinnamon Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Cinnamon, a codominant trait. Allelic to Black Pastel, considered by some to be what amounts to a color variant of the Black Pastel, but those color variations lead to some interesting effects when this trait is combined with others, notably in the Silver Bullet Ball. Coloration is much lighter, resulting in classic cinnamon colors with extreme blushing. The super form is a patternless brownish black snake simply called the Super-Cinnamon.
Cinnamon Ghost Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Cinnamon, a codominant trait and homozygous for Ghost Hypo, a recessive trait. A stunning combo, with the black pigments reduced to a pale blue-gray - which also enhances the pale oranges present on the sides of Cinnamons. Simply beautiful!
Harlequin Wide-Stripe Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Harlequin Side-Stripe, a dominant trait. We acquired this unusual male and bred him to a rather typical female. A number of these snakes have now been produced, and we anticipate crossing this pattern trait into a number of color mutations shortly.
Hypo Ivory Ball Python (Python regius)
Homozygous for Ivory, a codominant trait and homozygous for Orange Ghost (Hypo) a recessive trait. The addition of hypomelanism has the subtle effect of lightening the faint gray spotting and head pattern seen on Ivories. Doesn't remove it, but does improve it!
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.
Hypo Pinstripe Ball Python (Python regius)
Homozygous for "Orange Ghost" Hypomelanism and heterozygous for Pinstripe, a dominant trait. Combining these two traits creates a stunningly beautiful snake, one we consider a 'must-have' in any collection!
Hypo Yellow-Belly (Het Ivory) Ball Python (Python regius)
Heterozygous for Ivory, a codominant trait, and homozygous for Orange Ghost (Hypo). Yellow-Bellies have several unique characteristics, but the best is an increased amount of yellow pigmentation. Lightening up the dark shades through the addition of hypomelanism really turns up the volume.
Ivory Ball Python (Python regius)
Homozygous for Ivory, 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.