Ball Python Collection

Albino

This is the morph that started it all for Ball Pythons.

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Calico

I acquired this incredible Male Calico in the 2009 season. He is from the Flora & Fauna line of Calico which are noted for their deep and rich coloration. I am really looking forward to plugging this bad boy into some of my projects.

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Pastel Calico

In 2011 I finally produced my first Pastel Calico's from the Male Calico above bred to some of my finest Female Pastels and Super Pastels. It is amazing how variable this morph can be. The first three pictures are of a Male that hatched out in my first Pastel Calico clutch. The next three are of another Male that hatched out later in the season. I have kept both of them as hold backs but once the second one gets going I am pretty sure he will get the brunt of the work as he is truly outstanding looking. I also hatched out some crazy looking Females that I will try to get pictures of in the future.

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Super Pastel Calico Lesser

I produced this incredible girl in the 2014 season and I couldn't be happier with the outcome. I am looking forward to seeing how she develops with a little age on her. As usual I will try to update.

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Cinnamon Het For Orange Hypo

I bred my Silver Bullet to the Orange Hypo in 2010 and I hatched out three incredible Cinnamon Het for Orange Hypo. The first three pictures are of the Female I hatched out. The Het Hypo gene really tricked out the color on this girl.

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Desert - (This a dead project! Females can not produce viable clutches!)

Stan Chiras one of the two original breeders involved with the Desert Project had this incredible girl available at the 2007 Daytona show. I knew as soon as I saw her I wanted in on the project. I also knew if they proved to be Co-Dom a Female would be invaluable in producing the Super. I am giving her plenty of time to develop and look forward to breeding her hopefully to a Desert Male in 2011. For more information and history of the Desert click this Link. The first two pictures are of her right after I got her in September of 2007. The next three are of her when she was a sub-adult and still holding a lot of her juvenile color in November of 2008. The next two were taken as an adult in August of 2010. She has lightened up some but has not browned out a bit.

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Desert Yellow Belly - (This a dead project! Females can not produce viable clutches!)

In the middle of March 2011, I received a call from the Sloan Brother's asking if I would like to receive a female Desert Yellow Belly on an extended breeding loan. The owner of it was Mike Powell who was a Leopard Gecko customer of mine. He was leaving the country for about three years and he thought that I would be the perfect one to get her since I was working extensively with the Superstripe type genes. Pro Exotics produced her and I think she is stunning. She arrived on 3/28/11 and I just had to get some pictures of her up on the site. I have a chance at producing some of these myself this season so wish me luck.

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Disco

I acquired this incredible Male Disco in 2012 afer seeing the Disco/Fire cross. He was purchased from Ted Thompson the originator of the morph. I am really looking forward to plugging this one into some of my projects.

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Pastel Disco

Disco combos are some of the most outstanding looking that you can find. Since Pastel makes everything better I think having them in my collection is essential. I produced these two from a Disco to "Clean Line" Pastel breeding in 2014. The first three pictures are of the male and the next three are of the female.

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Disco Lemon Cream - (Disco/Lemonback)

In 2013 I bred my Disco Male to a Lemonback Female and I was lucky enough to produce two Disco Lemon Creams, another Worlds First. They take the Creams to another level with the richness of color they have. the first two Pictures are of the Male and the second two are of the Female. Very cool!

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Enchi

Enchi's are one of those morphs that just don't stand out on their own but in combos can be truly outstanding. When a friend of mine George Sampson posted a picture of this guy on one of the Forums I frequent I knew I had to have him. As you can see he is developing quite nicely and I can't wait to plug him into some Mojave's and some Lesser's among other things.

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Pastel Enchi

I bred the Male Enchi above to a very nice 2005 Pastel Female. It was a seven-egg clutch but four of them went bad. Of the three that hatched two were Normals but I did get this incredible Male Pastel Enchi. He will be a nice addition to the breeder Male racks. The first picture is of him right after he hatched, the second one is of him after a few meals and sheds, and the third through fifth are of him with some age on him.

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Super Pastel Enchi

In the 2012 breeding season I bred the Male Pastel Enchi above to a "Clean Line" Pastel Female. I got a nice mix in the clutch including this incredible looking Super Pastel Enchi girl. The first three pictures are of her right after her first shed. I will update the pictures as she matures.

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Pastel Mojave Enchi

In the 2012 breeding season I bred the Male Pastel Enchi above to a Mojave Female. One of the clutch I hit all three genes and the result was this incredible Pastel Mojave Enchi. The first three pictures are of her right after her first shed and the fourth one is of her as a Sub-Adult. She is losing some of her intense color but I love they way she looks better now with the muted colors.

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Enchi Yellow Belly

I bred the Male Enchi above to a very nice Female Yellow Belly and hatched out this beautiful Female below. She will be a nice addition to the breeder racks and I look forward to seeing how she develops. The first four pictures are of her right after her first shed. I will update the pictures as she matures.

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Hypo Enchi

I saw this male at the January 2013 Repticon show in Atlanta on Tom Harbins table. He had two of them but this one was just incredible looking. I have never seen another one that looked like this. I almost passed on it though but when I came to my senses I called him and he still had it. Not anymore! The pictures of him are right after I got him.

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Fire

I acquired this incredible Male Fire from Dan Wolfe. Dan produced him from a very light Female with strong blushing bred to an exceptional Male Fire he obtained from Brad Armitage. The Brad Armitage line of Fires are noted for their incredible beauty and color. Dan admitted to me at the time of purchase that it was the nicest one he had produced or even seen for that matter. I couldn’t agree more. He has been a busy boy the 2010 breeding season so I am looking forward to seeing his offspring.

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Firefly - (Pastel/Fire)

I have been trying to produce Fireflies for the last two breeding seasons. Last year I missed on the odds but in the 2011 season I finally hit on a couple. These were produced from my incredible Male Fire pictured above bred to one of my “Clean Line” Super Pastel Females. The whole clutch was so fantastic looking that at first I had a hard time figuring out which ones were Fireflies and which ones were just “Clean Line” Pastels. Any way after the first shed it became obvious, as these two girls are just outstanding looking. The first set of picture is of PASTFIRE11-1. The first three pictures are of her shortly after she hatched and the fourth and fifth are of her at about 600 grams. The second set is of PASTFIRE11-2.  Once again the first three pictures are of her shortly after she hatched and the fourth and fifth are of her at about 600 grams. I will update the pictures as they develop.

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Enchi Firefly - (Enchi/Pastel/Fire/)

I bred a "Clean Line" Pastel Enchi to a Fire Female in the 2013 season and hatched out this beauty of a Male Firefly Enchi! The first two pictures are of him after a few sheds and meals and three and four are of him at breeding size.

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Firemon - (Cinnamon/Fire)

The Firemon is a Cinnamon to Fire Cross (Cinnamon/Fire), I produced with the Fire Male above and one of my Graziani line Cinnamon girls. The first two pictures are of her before her first shed and the next three are after her first shed and a few meals. It is going to be fun watching her develop and I will try to update the photos here so everyone can see it.

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Cinnamon Cream - (Cinnamon/Vanilla/Fire)

I bred my Vanilla Mojave Male to the the Cinnamon Fire female above and this incredible looking Male was one of the offspring. First two pictures of him are after a few sheds and meals. I will try to update.

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Mojave Cinnamon Cream - (Mojave/Cinnamon/Vanilla/Fire)

I hit all four genes in this one when I bred my Vanilla Mojave Male to the the Cinnamon Fire female above. This girl is just gorgeous and is a Worlds First. First two pictures of her are after a few sheds and meals. I will try to update.

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Gargoyle - (Cinnamon/Green Pastel)

The Gargoyle is a Cinnamon to Green Pastel (Lace Blackback) Cross. I hatched out three of these in the 2012 season and I am just knocked out by how cool they look. Check out this incredible Female that was in the clutch and is now in my holdback rack. She has lots of paradox markings and crazy colored spots on her to accent the intense pattern.

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Granite Yellow Belly

There are so many new exciting projects and combos that are utilizing the various Granite genes that when Diana (Lunar Boids) from the one of the Forums I frequent offered this girl up for sale I jumped on it. She has the added bonus of having the Yellow Belly gene and with all of the Superstripe stuff I am working with it is going to be great to work her into that project in a couple of years. She has a really cool looking belly so I included some pictures of it.

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Green Pastel - (AKA - Lace Black Back)

Green Pastel are a typical black backed animal with Cinnamon type color. They were originally proven to be dominant and then co-dominant by Amir Soleymani. Amir has described the Super as an animal similar to the Super Lori ball. These were originally called Green Pastel's and is how they are referred to over in Europe. The Super over there is called a Gargoyle. Having seen a picture of the Gargoyle I may have to pick up a Male when this girl gets up in size. After I produce a Super or two with the extreme blushing in the Black Back portion of these I think breeding them to a Calico might be just the ticket.

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Hidden Gene Woma Yellow Belly

When I was offered this project by Matt Lerer all I could say was yes. Hidden Gene Woma combos are some of the hottest thing in the industry right now. The pictures are in chronological order so you can see how they develop with the last one being as a 3 year old adult ready for the 2112 breeding season. You also want to check out the eye color, it is a crazy looking bluish gray.

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Hidden Gene Woma Pastel Mojave

The Hidden Gene Woma Granite Yellow Belly Female above was bred exclusively to a Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly in the 2013 season. I may have missed the Males I was looking for in 2012 but I sure didn't miss them this year. Isn't this boy just incredible looking? The first two pictures are of him right after his first shed and a few meals. I will try to update as he matures.

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Hidden Gene Woma Pastel Yellow Belly - (Inferno)

This is the second Male I produced in 2013. So now I have a Male with YB in it and one with the blue eyed lucy gene. Now I can change up males and not have to worry about producing an all white snake not knowing what else is in there. Cool! The first two pictures are of him right after a few sheds and a few meals. I will try to update as he matures.

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Hidden Gene Woma Fire Yellow Belly

I produced three of these girls in the 2014 season and I kept this one. I like these better than Infernos and I like Infernos a lot! LOL The first two pictures are of her right after a few sheds and a few meals. I will try to update as she matures.

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Hidden Gene Woma Specter

Well the Hidden Gene Woma Granite Yellow Belly Female above a few spots bred in the 2012 season just like I thought she would! I bred her to a few different Males but a Superstripe was the one that got the job done. While I would have loved to have produced a Hidden Gene Woma Granite Superstripe I did produce this incredible Hidden Gene Woma Granite Specter. The first three pictures of her were taken right after her first shed. More to come later on!

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G1 Hypo

The G1 Hypo was first produced by Greg Graziani hence the G in the name stands for Graziani. They are not compatible with any of the other lines of Hypo but besides the Hypo appearance they also have very cool pattern.

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Orange Hypo

No collection is complete with out some Hypo's and when I was offered this incredible looking girl I couldn’t turn her down. She started out with more of an orange coloration but as she has aged she has turned to a very pretty greenish color.

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Kingpin - (Lesser/Pinstripe)

I have wanted to produce one of these ever since Ralph Davis produced the very first ones back in 2005. He described them as "fine lined cheese cakes" in his birthing records that year and it really is an apt description. I hatched out this little beauty of a male in 2010 and I couldn't be happier with him.

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Pastel Lesser Pinstripe - (Emperor Pin)

The next step to take with the one above is to add the Pastel gene to the mix! In early 2012 I did just that when I hatched out two males! This is the one I kept for my breeding projects.

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Lemonback

I was introduced to this new morph at the 2009 National Reptile Breeders Expo by Chad Brown from Pro Exotics. He had a few of them on display and he also an incredible looking Lemonback/Desert cross that sold me on them right away. He told me that he had eggs incubating from a Lemonback to Lemonback breeding and would know very soon if there was a Super or not. I took a chance on a pair of them and was rewarded highly when he contacted me in September to tell me that the pairing had hatched out a pure white (Pied White) black-eyed Leucistic. They sort of look like a cross between a Fire (in color and some what in the blushing) and a Vanilla (in the head markings that all Fire's lack), but if you see them in person it easy to tell they are a completely different morph from either of them. Time will tell if they will always produce such exceptionally pure white offspring but it is going to be a fun project either way. The first five pictures are of the Male and the next five are of the Female.

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Super Lemonback

I hatched out this incredible Super Lemonback from the pair above in the 2012 season. I think by now we can be certain that the Super Lemonback is the whitest of all of the Leucies (blue or black eyed) being produced. The first three pictures of her are right after her first shed and she is the same color as all of the Pieds I have hatched out over the years. I will update the photos as she grows.

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Leopard

I have wanted to get into the Leopard project for some time now and I picked up this boy early in 2013. I picked him up from Adam Chesla who hand picked the Sire of this boy at Pete Kahls place after going through every Leopard Pete had. I am looking forward to finding out if all Leopards are Het for Pied but mostly want to make some combos with him. The first three pictures are of him right after I got him.

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Lesser

These also go by the name Lesser Platinum. Ralph Davis put these on the Super Star map and no collection is complete without a few of them. Matt Lerer posted a picture of the Male on one of the Forums and I contacted him about him. He already had a very nice Black Back Male so I was lucky to get this outrageous looking animal. The first five pictures are of the Male I received from Matt and the next five are of a Female I produced in 2009.

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Cinnamon Lesser - (Graziani Line Cinnamon)

I hatched out this beauty of a Male early in the 2011 breeding season. The Graziani Cinnamon gave this boy a richness of color that can't be beat. I look forward to producing some Pastel and then later on Super Pastel versions with him down the line. The first four pictures are of him just after his first shed. I will update as he grows.

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Mocha Yellow Belly

I picked up this really cool pair of Mocha Yellow Belly's from Amir shortly before the 2010 National Reptile Breeders Expo. When I first saw them they kind of looked like a poor mans Inferno to me. These pictures do them very little justice but it will give you an idea of how fine they look. With the Superstripe and the Puma projects I am working on they are going to come in very handy. The first four pictures are of the Female and the next three are of the Male. (Better pictures of him will be added after he sheds) LOL

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Mojave - (Green Blush)

The Mojave was first introduced by The Snake Keeper back in 2000 and that is the line I decided to work with in 2004. I picked my Male because of the light green colored blushing he had as a baby but as he grew the blushing turned an even more beautiful green color. Luckily he passes the same coloring onto his offspring. The first two pictures are of the Male and the rest are of two Females I produced in 2008.

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Super Mojave - (Blue Eyed Leucistic)

I hatched out this guy during the 2010 breeding season in my first Mojave to Mojave breeding. His Father is the incredible Green Blush Male pictured above and his Mother is the nicest one of the two Green Blush Females pictured. He is going to be a real powerhouse in the rack with all of his offspring carrying the Green Blush genes. I couldn’t be happier with him. The first two pictures are of him right after his first shed and the next one is at about six months of age. I wish you could see the really pretty yellow stripe down his back but it just doesn’t photograph.

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Opal Diamond - (Mystic/Het Russo)

I did some trading with Keo and I received this very cool Female Opal Diamond. It was produced by Jeremy Stone and I am looking forward to plugging it into some of my projects in a few years. The pictures were taken when I first got her and I will update some time down the road.

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Paint Yellow Belly

The Paint Ball was first produced by Charles Glaspie in 2007. While the normal Paint is a very subtle morph the Super Paint is totally outrageous looking. Having the Yellow Belly gene in this boy is a nice bonus. There are more lines of this type of gene, Ralph Davis has the Neo, Mark Haas the Speckled, Ben Siegel the Sentinel and Jon Courtney the Nazca. I will be trying to make some combos with this boy and then will try for the Super somewhere down the road.

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Pastel Ivory - (Pastel/Super Yellow Belly)

It is amazing how intermingled the genes in a Yellow Belly and Superstripe are and you can really see how in these first three picture of a Pastel Ivory I produced in 2010. The first three pictures are of him shortly after his first shed. I deliberately under exposed these pictures to show the striping. The next two are at about 500 grams, almost ready to earn his keep. When you see him in person the yellow striping is still very visible but the camera pretty much washes it out completely. He is one of my favorite snakes and once he starts breeding I will never have to wonder if any of his offspring are Yellow Belly's or not.

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Pastel Lesser

This beauty hatched out on 8/10/10 and I had to get some pictures up of him. The first two are of him right out of the egg and the next one is of him and a regular Lesser clutch mate. The next three are of him right after his first shed. The last three are of him as an adult. Boy did he ever develop beautifully!

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Pastel Mojave

The Graziani Pastel and the Mojave are another combo that really mix it up well. With the regular blushing of the Pastel and the added green colored blushing of my Mojaves I have produced these two beauties. The first five pictures are of one of the Female I produced in 2008 and the second five are of another even nicer looking Female I produced in the same clutch. Once again these pictures are in chronological order from Hatchling to Sub-Adult and then full Adult coloring.

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Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly

One of my last clutches of the 2010 season was from a Super Pastel Yellow Belly to a Pastel Mojave breeding. It appears I hatched out two Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly’s and two Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly’s. I hatched out the regular Pastel Mojaves above a couple of years ago and these girls are another whole step above in the looks department. What a power house these two girls are going to be in a few years. The first set of pictures are of the first Female out and the second set is of the other one. These pictures are in chronological order from Hatchling to Sub-Adult and I will add new ones as they develop.

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Pastel Specter - (Pastel/Het-Superstripe)

I produced this great looking girl in the Pastel Superstripe clutch in 2010. The first picture is of her right after her first shed, the next one is a Pastel Specter belly shot, and the next three are of her at about eight months of age.

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Pastel Specter/Yellow Belly? - (Pastel/Het-SuperstripeYellow Belly?)

OK this weird looking Pastel hatched in a Superstripe to Pastel Yellow Belly breeding so it has to be either a Pastel Specter or a Pastel Yellow Belly! The markings on her are super dark and check out the weird looking head markings. I am not sure what is going on here but since she is a Female I decided to keep her as a dinking project just to see if she is reproducible. What ever she may turn out to be she sure is cool looking! The first picture is of her before her first shed, the next one is after her first shed with a few meals, and the next two are of her at about four months of age with one being a belly shot.

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Pastel Yellow Belly

The Graziani Pastel and the Yellow Belly gene really mix it up beautifully. With the regular blushing of the Pastel and the added darker blushing of the Yellow Belly I have produced these stunners. The first five pictures are of a Female I produced in 2008 and the second five are of a Female produced earlier in 2007. The 2007 ones are in chronological order.

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Pewter Yellowbelly - (Pastel/Cinnamon/Yellow Belly)

This incredible looking Female hatched out in the same clutch as my Sterling Yellow Belly. I have hatched out about fifteen Pewters and none of them have had the clean looking Belly and undersides like this one has. She also has a lot more yellowish coloring in her alien heads than any of the other Pewters I have hatched. Once again the Yellow Belly gene instead of adding speckling or markings has played cleanup instead. Am I 100% sure she is a Pewter Yellow Belly? No but once again I have will have plenty of opportunity to prove her out in the near future. The first picture is of her right after her first shed and the next three or of her at about five months of age. I will try to update them as she ages.

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RDR Phantom

In October 2010 Brock Wagner posted a few pictures of some Phantom Potions he had hatched out and one of them was a whole clutch picture. One of the Phantoms in the picture was outstanding looking and I got in touch with Brock to see if first it was a Male and second if it was available. It was and it was so now that incredible looking Phantom is in my collection. He has a lot of blushing and it is a very pretty reddish brown almost cranberry color that really makes him stand out. I am really looking forward to plugging him into some of my projects.

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Pied

If you really want to impress someone that is not into snakes just show them a Pied. Pieds are without a doubt the most spectacular morph to the average person, even more so than an Albino. Something about a pure white snake with just enough pattern to make it interesting is really a showstopper. Some breeders will tell you that they like low white Pieds better than high white ones but for some reason I don’t really believe them. LOL High whites are where it’s at and the line I am working with throws beautiful ones. The following pictures are of ones that I produced from a pair of Hets I purchased in 2002. The last two pictures are of a really cool looking Male I produced early in 2010. Check out the markings on this bad boy.

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Pinstripe

No collection is complete without a Pinstripe and I was lucky enough to get this beautiful girl from Sean at EBN in 2006. Once again these pictures are in chronological order with the first two being of her as a Hatchling to the third one as a Sub-Adult and then the last two with full Adult coloring.

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Puma

The Puma is in the Yellow Belly family and is a Spark/Yellow Belly combo. Of the current five Super combos the Puma is the third lightest in coloration. I am really looking forward to plugging him into some of my projects in 2014. The first picture is of him right after his first shed and the next three or of him at about 350 grams.

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Red Stripe

The Red Stripe first produced by Outback Reptiles is one of the more subtle genes that has not reached it's true potential as of yet. I think in the near future we are going to see some very cool combos with this gene. The super is much more impressive and I don't want to hear any wise cracks that the guy who named it must have been color blind. LOL I obtained this guy in 2014 and I am going to try to make some combos with him before going for the Super.

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Silver Bullet (Graziani Line)

The Silver Bullet is a Super Cinnamon/Pastel (Homozygous Cinnamon Heterozygous Pastel). I produced him here from a Graziani line Pewter to a Graziani line Cinnamon breeding. As you can see from the pictures the Graziani line of Cinnamons do not have the nose problems some of the other lines have. The pictures are in chronological order so you can see how they develop from a silverish light brown color the day he hatched to the dark brown color of him as an adult.

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Specter

These also go by the name Het Superstripe. Ever since Jared Horenstein produced the first Superstripe I knew I wanted them. The Specter is a subtle morph that when bred to the Yellow Belly produces the Superstripe. There is also reported to be a Super Specter and hopefully that will be proven soon. The first five pictures are of the Male I received from Mark Haas and the next four are of a Female I produced in 2009. Further down the page is a Superstripe I produced by breeding the male Specter to a Pastel Yellow Belly.

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Spiders

The spider Ball is one of them that got me interested in Ball Pythons in the first place and is a must have in every collection. The following pictures are of my Female. The pictures are in chronological order so you can see how she developed. The last three pictures show how incredible looking she is as an adult.

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Killer Bee Yellow Belly - (Super Pastel/Spider/Yellow Belly)

The Killer Bee is the reason I got into Ball Pythons! The very first NARBC Tinley Park show Kevin from NERD had some on his table with a price tag of $20,000.00 on them. I thought they were one of the most incredible looking reptiles I had ever seen and wanted to have them some day. In the 2013 season I hatched out my very first one. This one has the added benefit of the Yellow Belly gene which makes it even more incredible. It took along time to produce one but it was worth the wait!

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Sterling (Super Pastel/Cinnamon/)

The Sterling is a Super Pastel/Cinnamon (Homozygous Pastel Heterozygous Cinnamon). It is one of my favorites morphs and it generates many ooh's and ah's when someone sees it for the first time. The first five pictures are of my Breeder Male. They show the transformation from a silver and pink hatchling, to a more colorful sub-adult and finally to the silver topped cream color sided adult they become. The next four pictures are of a few different Sterling's that I have produced of varying ages.

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Sterling Lesser (Super Pastel/Cinnamon/Lesser)

This girl was produced from a Pastel Lesser to a Pewter breeding. When she first hatched out I thought it was a very nice looking Sterling that might possibly have the Lesser gene. She didn't shed right away which also lent itself to the confusion.  It also took a few tries to get her eating but after the third try she took off. When she finally had her first shed  (almost a month and a half after she was born), it was obvious that she was more than just a Sterling. I think the first three pictures confirm the fact. I have left plenty of space for updates of her and I will do so as she develops.

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Sterling Yellow Belly (Super Pastel/Cinnamon/Yellow Belly)

November 5, 2010 a clutch started to pip from a Graziani line Super Pastel Yellow Belly bred to a Graziani line Pewter. One of the offspring was a very lightly colored sparsely patterned Male Sterling. He was the runt of the litter at 41.2 grams and had to be force fed to get him going. After two force feeds he started taking pinky rats on his own and has been a voracious feeder since. As he has developed his color really started to come in and he looked different from any of the other Sterling’s I have hatched out. I thought there was a chance he might be a Sterling Yellow Belly. After conferring with a few breeders that have a lot more experience with these (including Greg Graziani), it has been determined that he is in fact a Sterling Yellow Belly. I checked with Allan Riis from The World of Bally Pythons and also John Berry the author of John Berry's Designer Morphs Vol.2, and both concurred that it was in fact the very first Cinnamon version to be reported. That makes it my very First - First. Pretty Cool! The first picture is of him one day after he hatched and shows how little color he had at hatching. The next three were taken about a Month and a half later and shows the color coming in. I took the next five about a month after that and he is just outrageous looking.

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Super Pastel

The Graziani Pastel makes some of the best Super's you are ever going to see. The first three pictures are of a Male I produced in 2005 the next three are of a Female I produced in 2007 and the next two are of an absolutely incredible Female I produced in 2008. She is by far the best looking Super Pastel I have ever seen and she makes "Super Duper's" (which are also Graziani Line) look like regular Pastels.

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Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly

The very first - Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly - was produced right here at Albey's "Too Cool" Reptiles! Hence that is it's official name. One of my last clutches of the 2010 season was from a Super Pastel Yellow Belly to a Pastel Mojave breeding. It appears I hatched out two Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly’s and two Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly’s. I have hatched out regular Pastel Mojaves so I am certain that the Pastel Mojaves also have the Yellow Belly gene but having no experience with Super Pastel Mojaves I am just going on my gut instinct on them. They just have a look about them that screams Yellow Belly. I have heard from a few breeders that have produced regular Super Pastel Mojave’s and they have all told me that mine have something extra that theirs didn't have. The only way to know for certain of course is to breed them but I have a nice Female Specter that will be up to size for 2011 breeding season to breed the Male Super Pastel Mojave Yellow Belly to and when the Female is of size I should have some really nice Superstripe or Puma Males to use with her. The first set of pictures are of the Female and the second set is of the Male. These pictures are in chronological order from Hatchling to Sub-Adult and I will add new ones as they develop.

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Super Pastel Fire Mojave Yellow Belly

The Male above was the sire of the clutch that produced this one in the 2014 Breeding Season and it is amazing what the Fire gene added to it! This is a Male that I decided to hold back and he will be getting plenty of work in upcoming years. The first two pictures are of him right after his first shed and the second two are of him at about 500 grams. He si developing incredibly!

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Super Pastel Yellow Belly

The Graziani Pastel and the Yellow Belly gene really mix it up beautifully. Add the Super Pastel into the mix and you have power houses like these. The first four pictures are of a Male I produced in 2008. The next four are of a Female hold back I produced in 2010.

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Superstripe

What can I say about these except hatching out this guy was the absolute highlight of my 2009 season. I love them and I can't wait to hatch out more of them.

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Pastel Superstripe

I hatched out two incredible Females in the 2010 season. I was really hoping for a Male so I am not sure if I will be keeping these or not but I wanted every one to get to see them either way. The first three photos are of the first one that came out of the egg and then one of both of them and the next three are of the second one and then one more of both of them. It is amazing how different they look.

Update 4/2/11 - I decides to keep the second one and the first two pictures are of her shortly after her first shed and the next two are of her at about 6 1/2 months of age. They sure do change and I must add for the better. The other one is still here and if she doesn’t sell shortly I may be keeping her also. We will see.

Update 12/11/12 - I produced a really nice Male 9/27/11. The third set of pictures are of him taken 12/11/11 at less than three months old and already at 502 grams in weight. These Superstripes are voracious eaters and grow fast and breed very early! You gotta love that! This boy has killer side pattern!

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Genetic Tiger (M&S Line)

In 2014 right before the National Reptile Breeders Expo I saw an incredible new combo on The M&S Reptilien Facebook page. It was a Super Genetic Tiger Lesser and it looked as good if not better than some of the best looking Desert crosses. Further investigation led me to the M&S Reptilien available page where I found out that Stefan had some available. I contacted him to see if he could deliver them to the Expo and he said yes. He directed me to a page that was not available on his site and I picked out two older animals that were the nicest ones to my liking of very reduced pattern. The male will be breeding size next season and I am very excited to be working with this new gene. They are not that striking looking on their own but wait until you see the combos they make and I am sure you will be excited also. The first three pictures are of the Female and the next three are of the Male.

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Trick - (Liesen Line)

The Trick gene is one of the busy pattern genes. It originated out of Gary Liesen's line of Black Pastels and at first it was thought to be attached to the Black Pastel gene. Further breeding showed it was a separate gene when he was able to isolate it. This one has a nice busy pattern and a lot of color and flaming to go along with it. I purchased this boy in early 2014 and I am looking forward to plugging him into some projects.

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Vanilla Mojave

2011 has to be the year of the Vanilla. Long thought to be just a highlighter type of gene it came into it's own when the Vanilla Crèmes (Vanilla/Fire) were first produced. Some incredible combos have been produced to date and the future for them is bright. At the 2011 Daytona Show I was able to see in person some of the incredible combos that Gulf Coast Reptiles (the originators of the Vanilla gene) were producing. They were all outstanding and while I couldn’t afford some of the triple and quad gene combos they had available I will be picking up something from them (from a clutch they have incubating) very soon. In the meantime I was able to pick up this incredible Vanilla Mojave that Chun Ku from Dynasty Reptiles produced. The color on him is intensified from the Vanilla gene and the head looks like polished Brass. It is even prettier in person. The first three pictures are of him right after I got him home from the show and I will update them as he grows.

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