Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: Gulf Coast Reptiles
Complex: Black Eyed Leucistic Complex
First Produced In: Unknown
Last Updated: 2022-08-16
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The Vanilla ball python is colouration and pattern altering morph that can be difficult to tell apart from a Normal ball python and also looks extremely similar to a Fire ball python, with only a few slight variations that can be used to tell the two apart without further breeding.
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The head of the Vanilla ball python is much like the head of a Normal ball python, but with a lighter and more prominent head stamp, which usually consists of three circles close together that is often compared to an upside down Mickey Mouse head.
The “alien heads” of the Vanilla ball python are usually free of markings and “eyes”. The black “puzzle” pattern normally expresses slight blushing in young snakes, but gets brighter and more apparent with age.
The tail of the Vanilla ball python is similar to that of a Normal ball python, but following the colourations of its body.
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