Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: Anthony McCain
Complex: Blue Eyed Leucistic Complex
Aliases: Suspected Phantom
First Produced In: 2005 
Last Updated: 2022-07-06
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The Mystic ball python is an incomplete dominant mutation discovered in 2005 by Anthony McCain. Mystic alters both colour and pattern.
No history yet.
The head of a Mystic ball python is usually completely covered by a light brown colour, with a very little, if any, spot of blushing.
The body of the Mystic ball python usually displays small amounts of blushing along its black/dark brown body, which is made up for by the bright contrasting “flames” that come up from between the light yellow “alien heads”. The alien heads themselves are usually more triangular than that of a Normal ball python, with the majority tending to have singular “eyes”/“keyholes”.
The tail of the Mystic ball python usually expresses very little blushing as it follows the colouration of the rest of the body.
No known proven lines.