Coral Albino Boa Constrictor
The deep reds and pinks in a coral albino boa constrictor are amazing. This unique expression of albinism sets these animals apart from the other albino boas.
With all of the different mutations available, a beautiful albino is still a "must have" in any boa collection.
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Candy Ball Python
The Candy Ball is as hot as it gets when it comes to ball python mutations. With deep, rich yellows and oranges layered on top of a cool lavender base, the Candy's colors are truly unique.
For breeders, the combination potential of this stunning mutation is limitless. For snake fanciers and hobbyists, the Candy is a stunning addition to any collection.
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Lip Stick Sunglow Arabesque Jungle Boa Constrictor
Are you a fan of both color and pattern mutations? Then look no further, this just might be the perfect snake for you.
This five gene combo is an amazing animal. We love the contrast and intense stripped effect. A boa like this in your collection would be a show stopper!
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Piebald Ball Python
Piebalds or Pieds are one of the most easily recognizable genetic mutations. The amount of white on a piebald is totally random and can vary from almost no white to nearly 99% white.
We were the first to prove piebaldism to be a genetically inheritable trait in ball pythons and as a result have the largest and most diverse collection of pieds in the world.
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Azabache Moonglow Boa Constrictor
Like the translucent white glow of the moon, "moon glow" boas shimmer in your hands. Mixing in the Azabache (black boa) gene makes these animals turn progressively whiter as they age.
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Super Pastel Sugar Ball Python
The sugar mutation displays irregular white pigment-less areas along the sides. The belly pattern is somewhat similar to a yellow-belly with random grey/black specks. As hatchlings, some sugars will have pink patches which turn white as the snake matures. The best sugars are considered those where the white side markings extend all the way up to the dorsal stripe.
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