Ball Python Morph: Pastel



Proven by:

Kevin McCurley of NERD (1997)

The Pastel is one of the initial morphs that caused people to sit up and take notice of ball python mutations.  Widespread in captive collections, Pastels are extremely popular and a component of many exciting designer combos.

The Pastels are very pretty ball pythons. They lack most of the brown coloration that a normal ball has,and replace it with beautiful shades of yellow and orange. These snakes can be highly variable in appearance, from light, burnished gold to bright vibrant saffron yellow, on a grayish to blue-black background.

Pastel lines in captivity that all descended from different wild-caught stock, Pastels share the characteristics of light eyes, a white belly, and bold, contrasty black & yellow pigmentation.

They have become very popular in the ball python world because of their beauty and the fact that they are co-dominant means, you can make more really fast!!

Pastel was last modified: January 2nd, 2015 by Tom

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