Coral Glow Pieds blend one of the coolest co-dom moprhs, Coral Glow, with Piebald. And the results are extraordinary!
Wait? Did I say plain piebald? How beyond awesome are pieds? They are the entire reason I even breed ball pythons.
With the various gene sets I have breeding this year, I have the potential of making:
PLAIN ole' Pieds
Yellowbelly (Pumpkin) Pieds
Yellowbelly Pastel Pieds
Yellowbelly GeneX Pieds
Pastel GeneX Pied
Yellowbelly Pastel GeneX Pieds
Orange Dream Pieds
Coral Glow Pieds
I picked up a Bongo Cinnamon male from Ozzy Boids last summer. Bongo mixes really well with pastels, orange dream and yellowbelly. I have yet to see it in pied but with a bit of luck! Maybe next year we will.
Lavender Albino, one of the 2 types of albino in Ball Pythons has a different look than a regular albino. The primary difference being a super cool lavender color that starts off nearly white in a hatchling but should intensify as the snake ages.
With the addition of a fantastic Leopard Clown possibly het for pied to my collection, I have set off on the Clown Pied trail. Produced by Josh over at Cape Fear Constrictors, my 2015 male Leo Clown has been breeding up a storm. I should see both regular clowns, leopard clowns, leopard pastel clowns, pastel and with some luck Leopard Pied het clown but at the very least I should get some leopards double het for clown and pied.
Orange Dream Piebald. Orange dream is a powerful building block gene that makes spactacular combinations with other genes. With piebald it makes a stunning orange and white animal.
2017 Breeding Projects! The 2017 breeding season is off and running. I began pairings in November of 2016 and will continue to pair through May of 2017.
You can't count your snakes until they hatch but I have a decent chance at producing some of the following Ball Python Morphs: