Proven by:Dan and Colette Sutherland of the Snake Keeper (2003)
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.