Type: Incomplete Dominant
Aliases: Coral Glow, Whitesmoke
Issues: Sex Linked
First Produced In: 2003 
Last Updated: 2022-08-06
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The Banana ball python is not only one of the most well known morphs in the reptile hobby, it is one that has intrigued breeders for many years with its complex breeding ratios regarding offspring’s sex.
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The head of a Banana ball python is usually a light tanned orange crowned by faded colouration and a slight headstamp, if any. Asymmetrical spotting is a good marker from a Banana clutch.
The body of the Banana ball python continues to show spotting completely randomly over the yellows, oranges and deep-lilacs of the Banana colouration. “Alien heads” are still displayed as with a Normal Ball Python with bright blushing between.
The belly of the Banana ball python is usually heavily patterned along its edges and a crisp, faded yellow down its center. Spotting can also be thick or absent along its belly.
The tail of the Banana ball python follows the Banana’s colouration along the usual thick dorsal stripe of the Normal’s pattern.
Vida Preciosa International named the original imported Coral Glow “Whitesmoke”. When New England Reptile Distributors purchased it they changed the name to Coral Glow.
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