Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: Outback Reptiles
First Produced In: 2012 
Last Updated: 2021-10-13
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The Cypress Ball Python is an incomplete dominant mutation founded by Outback Reptiles in 2012 that alters both colour and pattern.
No history yet.
The head of a Cypress Ball Python is a light shade of brown that fades towards the neck.
The body of the Cypress Ball Python is usually dominated by large “alien head” that tend to display “keyholes” rather than the usual “eyes”. Where yellows and orange of a Normal Ball Python are, the Cypress expresses various shades of brown and orange. The trait has a tendency toward prominent dorsal stripe patterning
The tail of the Cypress Ball Python follows the colouration of the rest of the body.
No known proven lines.
Spider Complex (suspected)