Black Lace

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First Produced In: Unknown

Availability: Lower

Last Updated: 2021-12-03

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Black Lace is a recessive mutation.

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The head of a Black Lace Ball Python is usually dark brown/ black, occasionally with very slight fading on its crown and the usual, but brighter yellow, stripes through the eyes.


The body of a Black Lace Ball Python is covered in a “keyhole” pattern, where the “alien heads” of a Normal Ball Python usually show two “eyes”, the Black Lace consists of one that floats up off of the belly. The coloration normally exhibits various shades of browns and intense yellows over a greyish body, with deep blacks the whole way through.


The tail of the Black Lace follows the same patterning and coloration as the rest of the body.

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