Ball Python Morph: Yellow Belly



Genetics:

Co-Dominant

Proven by:

Dan and Colette Sutherland of the Snake Keeper (2003)

AKA: Yellowbelly

The Yellow Belly is a subtle morph, that can easily be missed, if you are not looking for it’s traits. Many have a yellowish tint to their undersides, and most clean, unmarked belly scales, that are bordered by a tightly speckled pattern where the belly scales meet the sides. Many Yellow Bellies also display extreme blushing or flames interspersed throughout the irregular pattern. A light spot on the top of their heads is also very common.

The homozygous, or “super” form of this trait is the Ivory ball python.

While the Yellow Belly ball python, is a subtle mutation, it combines well with other morphs and can really help bring out characteristics in designer morph combinations.

Yellow Belly was last modified: May 26th, 2015 by Tom

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