Yellowbelly ball pythons
are somewhat normal in appearance, but carry some perplexing
genetics. Breeding two yellowbellies together can result in a
white snake with a yellow dorsal stripe, which has been given the name
ivory. The yellowbelly is a key componant of the amazing
superstripe ball, and also seems to lighten up and make other morphs
just a bit nicer. This morph is found fairly commonly in import
shipments from Africa, but one should be sure that a yellowbelly is
from a verified line that is heterozygous for ivory. We have a
nice female yellowbelly that we will be raising up for future
combinations, and we are excited about the addition of this morph to
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are beautiful in
their own right.
belly of yellowbelly has a
mottled yellow pattern