First Produced By: Outback Reptiles

First Produced In: 2008

Availability: Average

Last Updated: 2022-07-13

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The Cinder Ball Python is an inc-dominant mutation founded by Outback Reptiles Reptiles in 2008.

This gene may be similar to the mahogany gene, but injected with rocket fuel. The single base gene and the super form both resemble what the mahogany does, but the combos are absolutely insane. [1]

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Cinder was first proved out in 2008 by Ian at Outback Reptiles in one of his Black Pastel lines. He had been noticing its presence in combos since around 2005.

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The head of the Cinder Ball Python is usually extremely light brown with a very light headstamp.
Cinders tend to have a wider base to their heads at birth


The body of the Cinder Ball Python is largely dominated by its bold black coloration and thick clean dorsal. Alien heads have a burnt hue to them and very few “eyes”.

Cinder displays a lot of blushing and noticeable side flames. Many of these exhibit a fair amount of granite influence. [2]


The tail of the Cinder Ball Python follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.


Freedom Breeder produced a different gene much later and called it the same thing, but Outback had already named Cinder unfortunately.

Proven Lines

No known proven lines

Related Traits

Mahogany, Stranger (suspected),


  • Silver Cinder (Cinder Black Pastel Pastel)

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